post-transplant

post-transplant

adjective Referring to or occurring after transplantation.
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Many subacute programs now focus on medical specialties, such as physical rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation, wound care, infectious disease care, neurological rehabilitation, orthopedic programs, pre- and post-transplant care and pulmonology rehabilitation, including ventilator care.
We hope to reduce the number of invasive biopsies that stable patients have to undergo post-transplant and thereby improve patients' quality of life.
Antibody Mediated Rejection Rates and Post-Transplant Outcomes
FBiH intends to learn expertise in surgical procedures and post-transplant treatment from Croatia in human organ transplantation.
To date, the HealthWell Foundation has awarded more than 14,000 grants totaling over $11 million to more than 8,400 post-transplant immunosuppression therapy patients.
PARIS -- Cytheris SA, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on research and development of new therapies for immune modulation, today announced interim results from a Phase I clinical trial of its investigational drug candidate, recombinant human Interleukin-7 (CYT107), in the treatment of post-transplant patients with T-cell depleted (TCD) bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cell transplants.
The award goes to two transplant recipients who exhibit a great post-transplant quality of life.
The approval of ASTAGRAF XL marks an important mile stone in post-transplant care as it provides physicians with a new treatment option for kidney transplant recipients.
French Hospital Achieves 5-Year Post-Transplant Survival of 78% for Patients Bridged to Transplant with Total Artificial Heart
Nominations are now being accepted for the award, which will recognize two transplant recipients who exhibit a great post-transplant quality of life, whether it is a career accomplishment, participation in a sport or hobby, or simply leading a fulfilling life with family and loved ones.
At 100 days post-transplant, the study showed survival rates significantly improved for patients with myeloid leukemia's (AML) receiving related transplants (85% to 94%) and unrelated transplants (63% to 86%).
What has not been reported are the facts behind the struggle as to how initially and immediately treat the young patient in post-transplant failure.

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