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His first attempts at heart transplantation started in 1940, when he transplanted the heart in the inguinal region of cats.
In a place like that it is indeed possible to start a heart transplantation programme, and I can say without any reservation that it will probably start at SIUT before any place, at least in Punjab.
Sympathetic re-innervation has been reported as early as 18 months after heart transplantation.
These results fit with our hypothesis that sex matching in heart transplantation leads to improved survival rates.
Task Force I: Listing Criteria for Heart Transplantation led by Mehra.
Destination Therapy holds vast potential in the overall ventricular assist devices (VAD) market, driven primarily by the benefits of procedure when compared to conventional heart transplantations.
McGee comes to Loyola from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was surgical director of heart transplantation and mechanical assistance for the past 10 years.
Offe was not eligible for heart transplantation, but desperately needed support for his failing heart.
cyclosporine-based immunosuppression in primary orthotopic heart transplantation.
In view of long waiting lists for heart transplantation and the growing lack of donors, cardiac resynchronization and mechanical circulatory support devices have demonstrated promising results.
This report provides information on the therapeutic development based on the Heart Transplantation dealing with all the pipeline drugs, comparative analysis at various stages covering Filed, Phase III, Phase II, Phase I, IND filed, Preclinical, Discovery and unknown stages, therapeutics assessment by monotherapy and combination products and molecule type drug information.
The International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) announces the release of the first international guidelines for heart failure patient management, particularly prior to heart transplantation, published in this month's edition of the Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation (September 2006).