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Despite the challenges that exist with heart transplantation, the outcome has improved significantly over the past 20 years.
Most centres do not perform heart transplantation in patients with a high DSA level since the risk of antibody-mediated rejection is high, particularly hyper-acute rejection, said lead author Dr Guillaume Coutance, a cardiologist at Piti-Salptrire Hospital in Paris, France.
Despite the delay in performing heart transplantation surgeries and the special medical environment in China, rapid progress is being made in terms of the quantity and quality of heart transplantations in China as well as in the related ethical considerations.
The medical doctors who regularly followed the status of her heart transplantation provided the empathetic psychological support and health education about her panic attacks that ensured her adherence to the treatment with citalopram.
James Daniel Hardy was the first man in the world who performed heart transplantation in a human.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Heart Transplantation
Heart transplantation for a patient with congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (cc-TGA) is rare.
1) The peak period of heart transplantation was mid-1980s.
Cook has never experienced any significant rejection episodes or other major medical complications that can occur after heart transplantation.
Wilhelm from the University Hospital Zurich in Switzerland led a research team that examined long-term outcomes in 133 patients from their institution who underwent heart transplantation from 1985 to 1991.
The early phase after heart transplantation is characterised by denervation (2), leading to a diminished response to atropine (3).
S, Food and Drug Administration has approved the HeartWare Ventricular Assist System, as bridge therapy for heart failure patients awaiting heart transplantation.