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TitleInfectious Complications in Transplant Recipients [electronic resource] / edited by Nina Singh, Josรฉ M. Aguado
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2001
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-1403-9
Descript XV, 312 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Infectious Complications in Transplant Patients has been uniquely designed and formatted to address issues and trends pertaining to pathogens deemed important in critically ill transplant patients. The chapters have been carefully selected so as to direct the focus of the book towards current approaches to controversial, emerging or topical problems in these patients. Each chapter has been authored by a North American and a European specialist. This format serves to impart an added dimension reflective of the diversity of opinions and practices pertaining to unresolved or controversial issues. The authors are recognized experts in their respective fields


CONTENT

1. Criteria for Accepting Donors for Organ Transplantation with Proven or Suspected Infection -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 2. Community Respiratory Viral Infections: An Overlooked Cause of Morbidity and Mortality in Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 3. Advances in Cytomegalovirus Diagnostic Testing and Their Implications for Management of Cytomegalovirus Infection in Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 4. Posttransplant Fever in Critically III Organ Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 5. Approach Towards Infectious Pulmonary Complications in Lung Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 6. Antifungal Prophylaxis and Therapy: Controversies and Emerging Issues -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 7. Role of Neuroimaging in the Diagnostic Evaluationof Central Nervous System Lesions and Infections in Organ Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective -- European Perspective -- 8. Antimicrobial Resistance in Organ Transplant Recipients -- North American Perspective: -- European Perspective:


Medicine Critical care medicine Infectious diseases Respiratory organs -- Diseases Surgical transplantation Medicine & Public Health Intensive / Critical Care Medicine Infectious Diseases Transplant Surgery Pneumology/Respiratory System



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