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TitleQuick guide to kidney transplantation : from initial evaluation to long-term post-transplant care / Phuong-Thu T. Pham, Phuong-Chi T. Pham
ImprintPhiladelphia : Wolters Kluwer, [2020]
Edition First edition
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Descript xv, 284 pages : color illustrations, charts ; 26 cm

SUMMARY

"Kidney transplantation has become a routine therapeutic option for patients with end stage kidney disease globally. Over 16,000 to 19,000 kidney transplants are performed annually in the United States. While transplant nephrologists care for transplant recipients and living donors in the perioperative period, general nephrologists are expected to care for these patients after three months following their transplants. The management of immunosuppressive therapy and complications associated with the transplant process is complex and requires an in-depth knowledge of transplant medications, drug interactions, both acute and long-term complications, among many other transplant and non-transplant related problems. Selection and referral of potential living donors are other processes that are vital to kidney transplantation and require the involvement of general nephrologists. Most general nephrologists, however, are not well-trained in kidney transplantation and/or do not care for enough kidney transplant patients to gain adequate experience to provide patients with the best possible care"--Provided by publisher


CONTENT

Transplant immunobiology -- Immunosuppression -- Allograft rejection: types and treatment strategies -- Evaluation of the potential kidney transplant candidates -- Living donor evaluation -- Deceased donor kidney aloocation, strategies to expand the living donor pool, and waitlist management -- Early and late posttransplant graft dysfunction -- Glomerular disease recurrence after transplantation -- Kidney aloograft biopsy: banff classification and other transplant histopathology -- Common posttransplant abnormal laboratory findings -- Mineral and bone disorders after kidney transplantation -- Urologic considerations in the kidney transplant patient -- Posttransplantation infectious complications and vaccinations -- Posttransplantation cardiovascular disease -- Posttransplantation malignancies -- Kidney transplantation in dual organ transplantation -- Nutrition care for adult kidney transplant candidates and recipients -- Management of patients with a failed transplant -- Modern age transplantation issues -- Frequently asked questions


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