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The first recipients of these four solid organs from deceased donors have all been Emirati patients.
Raccoon rabies virus variant transmission through solid organ transplantation.
Conclusion: FAST ultrasound missed 46% bowel injury with or without other solid organ injury and is therefore not reliable in diagnostic tool for assessing isolated bowel injury due to blunt abdominal trauma.
A probable health care-associated case of mucormycosis was defined as identification of a mucormycete by culture or molecular testing in a diagnostic specimen from a person who had a history of solid organ transplantation, and admission to hospital A or B during May 2014-September 2015 for [greater than or equal to] 14 days, within the 30 days before diagnosis.
One hundred nine patients that were diagnosed with solid organ injury due to abdominal trauma between January 2005 and October 2015 in General Surgery Department of Dicle University Medical Faculty were examined retrospectively.
Razonable, "Immune response to CMV in solid organ transplant recipients: current concepts and future directions," Expert Review of Clinical Immunology, vol.
Other factors which influence outcome in solid organ injuries due to blunt abdominal trauma include hemodynamic instability, associated injuries to other parts of body and Glasgow coma scale.
In a recent observational study, the Minnesota group reported on 15 solid organ transplant recipients, mean age 57 years, with recurrent NMSCs who were placed on low-dose capecitabine for the off-label purpose of preventing further NMSCs.
This publication is valuable to nephrology nurses working with adults or children who are actual or potential organ transplant recipients or donors and acute care nurses providing renal replacement therapy to patients receiving a solid organ or hematopoietic stem cell transplant.
Risk factors for developing GVHD after solid organ transplantation include donor HLA homozygosity, periorgan lymphoid tissue transfer, and the relationship between recipient immunogenicity and the immunosuppressive drug regimen.
For a secondary outcome of the occurrence of specific solid organ cancers, the "meta-analysis showed an increase in relative risk for the occurrence of new lung cancer in patients randomized to an ARB compared with control," the authors wrote.