renal transplant

renal transplant

Transplantation of a kidney from a living donor or cadaver to a recipient with ESRD Indications–children Congenital kidney/GU tract malformations–42%; focal segmental glomerulosclerosis-12% and others; 31% of children were ≤ age 5 yrs Prognosis 1-yr survival of graft, ±94%; half-life from living donor grafts, ±22 yrs, from cadaveric grafts, ±14 yrs 3. See End-stage renal disease, Organshortage.

renal transplant

See KIDNEY TRANSPLANT.

renal transplant

patients in receipt of a donor kidney will be on lifelong immunosuppressive medication to prevent rejection (and thus prone to infections), probably have reduced kidney function and be susceptible to a wide range of adverse drug interactions
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He was speaking as a chief guest at a workshop organized by DIME after completion of 25 cases of renal Transplant.
Methodology: Retrospective analysis of the antenatal patients with renal transplant was done between January 1st 2005 till December 31st 2015 and maternal and fetal outcomes were determined.
A Brazilian study showed that 821 renal transplant patients presented infectious complications.
Since, mother had a different blood group, the child received renal transplant with mother as the donor, with a designed desensitization and immunosuppressive protocol," he added.
Material and Methods: The data of 118 renal transplant recipients who were transplanted and followed-up between January 2010 and January 2011 were reviewed, retrospectively.
s study, MMF-related hepatotoxicity was assessed in renal transplant recipients.
Gingival overgrowth in renal transplant recipients: a study concerning prevalence, severity, periodontal and predisposing factors.
James Chon has been appointed to manage the Renal Transplant Program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences as medical director.
In addition, median annual Medicare overall cost of care for a beneficiary whose renal transplant failed was 500 percent more than the median annual overall cost of care for a beneficiary with a functioning transplant.
Due to dialysis intolerance, this patient underwent a third renal transplant in 2013, from a donor after cardiac death, with normal renal function.
A comprehensive, standardized oral care preventive protocol for use with renal transplant candidates and recipients was developed to guide dental professionals with decision-making throughout the process of care.