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Handbook of Kidney Transplantation

Handbook

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9781496326157
Gabriel M. Danovitch
九州
2017年6月13日
500.00  元
HK$ 425  

 $75





ISBN:9781496326157
  • 規格:平裝 / 606頁 / 10.9 x 20.1 x 2 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 6版
  • 出版地:美國


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      Concise, readable, practical and well-illustrated, the sixth edition of the Handbook of Kidney Transplantation has been thoroughly updated and revised to reflect the most current knowledge and practice in the field. Ideal for physicians, surgeons, fellows, and nurses who manage kidney transplant patients, it covers everything from treatment options for end-stage renal disease to transplantation, post-operative management and transplant immunology, focusing on every key aspect of the clinical practice of kidney transplantation.



      •Includes new chapters on the Allocation of Deceased Donor Organs and Kidney Transplantation in the Developing World, as well as expanded chapters on living donation and immunosuppressive drugs and protocols.



      •Outlines the major concerns surrounding renal transplantation and the most successful approaches to problems arising in short-term and long-term patient care.



      •Covers immunobiology and immunosuppression, as well as surgery, histocompatibility, and short and long-term follow-up.



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    Chapter 1? Options for Patients with Advanced Kidney Disease

    Chapter 2? Transplantation Immunobiology

    Chapter 3? Histocompatibility Testing, Crossmatching, Immune Monitoring

    Chapter 4? The Science of Deceased Donor Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 5? Allocation of Deceased Donor Kidneys

    Chapter 6? Immunosuppressive Medications and Protocols for Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 7? Living Donor Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 8? Evaluation of Adult kidney Transplant Candidates

    Chapter 9? The Transplant Operation and Its Surgical Complications

    Chapter 10? Post-Transplant: The First 3 Months

    Chapter 11? Post-Transplant Long-Term Management and Complications

    Chapter 12? Infections in Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 13? Kidney Transplantation and Liver Disease

    Chapter 14? Diagnostic Imaging in kidney Transplantation, and Biopsy Technique

    Chapter 15? Histopathology of Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 16? Options for the Diabetic Kidney Transplant Candidate

    Chapter 17? Kidney Transplantation in Children

    Chapter 18? Psychiatric Aspects of Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 19? Organ Transplant Law and Ethics

    Chapter 20? Nutrition in Kidney Transplant Candidates

    Chapter 21? Psychosocial and Financial Aspects of Kidney Transplantation

    Chapter 22? Kidney Transplantation in the Developing World

    Chapter 23? The Declaration of Istanbulon Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism

    Index



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      The modern era of transplantation can be said to have begun with two momentous events in the 1950s. In 1953, Peter Medawar and his Colleagues at University College London described actively acquired immunologic tolerance in rats, thus heralding the science of transplant immunology and an ongoing search for a similar, reproducible phenomenon in humans. The modern era of clinical transplantation began on December 23, 1951, when Joseph Murray and his colleagues at Harvard performed the first kidney transplantation between identical twin brothers. Both of these pioneers were rewarded with the Nobel Prize for their contribution. In many ways, the promise of these discoveries has been fulfilled in the over 60 years that have followed. The mere fact that organ transplantation is the subject of a handbook series such as this reflects the extent to which it has become normative medical practice. Hundreds of thousands of lives have been saved, and quality years have replaced years of suffering. Our understanding of the complex immunobiology of the immune response has advanced and has brought widespread benefits well beyond the field of organ transplantation. A broad armamentarium of immunosuppressive medications is now available, and innovative surgical techniques serve to expand the donor pool and minimize morbidity. National and international organ-sharing organizations are an accepted part of the medical landscape of the development world.




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