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1. Liver Transplant Rejection Global Clinical Trials Review H2 2017
February 08, 2018

GlobalData'sclinical trial report, Liver Transplant Rejection Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2017" provides an overview of Liver Transplant Rejection clinical trials scenario. This report provides top line data relating to the clinical trials on Liver Transplant Rejection. Report includes an overview of trial numbers and their average enrollment in top countries conducted across the globe. The report offers coverage of disease clinical trials by region, country (G7 & E7), phase, trial status, end points status and sponsor type. Report also provides prominent drugs for in-progress trials (b... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

2. Benefits and Risks of Liver Donation
November 21, 2016

The Human liver supplies vitamins and body fuels, also produces the plasma proteins, and regulates the blood volume in the body. Human’s largest organ is the liver and it manages the products from a normal red blood cell breakdown, and orchestrates its conversion into the bile, which is the thick, digestive fluid which assists the break down fats into the fatty acids. The liver also helps in abrupt withdrawal of poisonous bodily waste into a less toxic form which will be securely excreted through urine. This is all processed because the liver is accountable for all such vital functions, and wi... (read more)

Author: Gejinder singh

3. Liver Transplants May Become Much Safer
May 03, 2016

Although human liver transplants have been performed since 1963, it remains a complicated and risky surgery. About 28 percent of recipients die within five years. Now, a new procedure being developed at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is showing great promise by better preserving organs during the transplant process. VOA’s George Putic reports.... (read more)

4. Successful HIV-to-HIV Organ Transplants Mark US, World Firsts
March 30, 2016

Surgeons at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland successfully completed the first U.S. liver and kidney transplants from an HIV positive donor to an HIV positive recipient. It was the first ever case of a HIV positive liver transplant and the first time in the U.S that an HIV positive kidney has been transplanted. South African doctors have done HIV positive kidney transplants before. Medical center officials said the organs are working well and that the surgeries saw no complications. One patient has already been discharged and the other is expected to follow him in a matter of days. ... (read more)

5. How Good is India for Hair Loss Surgery: Treatment and Cost Analysis
July 09, 2014

Hair fall can impact your life significantly. Fast food culture, stress notions, negligence about liver health problems apropos anyone to baldness. Modern technology as DHI ( Direct Hair Transplant) can solve your baldness problem. In this method hair are restore or transplanted in the bald region with help of experts from the donor region. India as far ahead in terms of hair transplant treatment to other countries. Cheap hair loss treatment and world class medical facilities makes India a no.1 choice for hair loss patients. Hair Transplant Surgery in India is available at many clinics b... (read more)

Author: james parker

6. Acute Liver Syndrome-The Hepatic Failure
November 06, 2013

Generally, liver disorder develops over a few years and is chronic in nature. Contrary to this, acute liver failure occurs rapidly, signaling progressive loss of liver functions. Many a times, this condition is triggered without any apparent cause. It is a medical urgency and can be reversed with proper and timely treatment. However, many a times, liver transplant is the only option. Symptoms:- 1.Jaundice 2.Nausea and Vomiting 3.Pain in upper right abdominal area 4.Sleepiness 5.Inability to concentrate 6.Disorientation Causes:- 1.Acetaminophen over... (read more)

Author: carson martin

7. The overdose of Tacrolimus
November 03, 2013

Tacrolimus lowers your body's immune system. The immune system helps your body fight infections. The immune system can also fight or "reject" a transplanted organ such as a liver or kidney. This is because the immune system treats the new organ as an invader. Tacrolimus is used together with other medicines to prevent your body from rejecting a heart, liver, or kidney transplant. It may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide. But it is possible for someone to use too much tacrolimus(CAS NO:104987-11-3). The overdose effects will vary, based on certain factors. Poss... (read more)

Author: king dom

8. Cholesterol regulator plays key role in development of liverscarring, cirrhosis - Dutch Wire Mesh M
October 17, 2013

UCLA researchers have demonstrated that a key regulator of cholesterol and fat metabolism in the liver also plays an important role inthe development of liver fibrosis the build-up of collagen scartissue that can develop into cirrhosis . Cirrhosis, in turn, is a major cause of premature death and isincurable without a liver transplant. Published in the March issue of the journal Gastroenterology, thestudy shows that liver X receptors (LXRs), master regulators ofcholesterol, fat and inflammatory gene expression, also control thefibrosis-making cells of the liver, known as hepatic stell... (read more)

Author: grehh hernjer

9. Liver Cancer in Singapore
October 17, 2013

The liver is a large internal organ which keeps you healthy by filtering dangerous substances out of your blood and processing and storing needed nutrients absorbed by the intestines. Furthermore, the liver has an ability to chemically metabolize (change) some nutrients into energy or to repair and build tissue and produce some of the body’s blood clotting factors. It can help maintain the proper sugar level in the body as well as remove toxins from the body. However, when this organ fails to function, it means that your liver may face damage. It can develop a cancerous liver if left untreated... (read more)

Author: Jason Noah

10. Medical Tourism Delhi,Medical Tourism India,Surgery in India at Affordable Cost, Mumbai Delhi Banga
October 09, 2013

Donor India, India Surrogacy, India Surrogate Mother, Kidney Transplant India, India Liver Transplant, India Bone Marrow Transplant, India Cosmetic Surgery, India Sleeve Gastrectomy, India Weight Loss Surgery, India Bariatric Surgery, India Cornea Transplant, India Cataract Surgery, India Eye Surgery, India Spine Surgery, India Back Surgery, India Heart Bypass Surgery, India Valve Surgery, India Hip Replacement, India Knee Replacement, India India Medical Tourism, Medical Tourism India, India Hospital, Hospital in India, Healthcare India, India Surgery, India Heart treatment, India Ne... (read more)

Author: Pankaj Nagpal

11. Medical Tourism India: Advanced Platform Of Development
October 07, 2013

India is amongst one of the fastest growing economies of the world, which means the country is on the path of development and growing speedily. Apart from development in technology and infrastructure, the medical sector of the country has also grown on massive scale. The country has best scale of medical facilities available, where trained and experienced medical professionals work round the clock to offer best health facilities to patients. Leading private and public sector hospitals have established India’s image amongst one of the most reputed medical service providers on the global level. ... (read more)

Author: Imran Ali

12. Something about Liver Transplant in Singapore
September 01, 2013

The liver transplant is a procedure that replaces a person's diseased liver with part of a healthy liver from a person. When your liver's function is reduced to the point that the life of the patient is threatened, you have to receive the liver transplant. The liver diseases is common in African-American, Asian, Pacific Islander, or Hispanic descent. The liver transplant in Singapore can be available for both children and adults who suffer from the liver failure. The liver is considered as the body's principle chemical factory. The function of the liver is to receive all nutrients, drugs, and ... (read more)

Author: Shinoda Chester

13. Treatments Of Acute lymphoblastic leukemia(ALL)
September 01, 2013

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is a type of blood cancer. It is the least common type of leukemia in adults. ALL is a type of leukemia that starts from white blood cells in the bone marrow, the soft inner part of bones. It develops from cells called lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell central to the immune system, or from lymphoblasts, an immature type of lymphocyte. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia invades the blood and can spread throughout the body to other organs, such as the liver, spleen, and lymph nodes. But it does not normally produce tumors as do many types of cancer. It is ... (read more)

Author: vasanthi sivakumar

14. Medical Tourism India,Medical Surgery Tourism India,India Health Tour
August 21, 2013

Medical Tourism India, Surgery Medical Tourism India, India Health Tour, Cost Surgery India, India Hospital, Hospital in India, Healthcare India, India Surgery, India Heart treatment, India Nephrology, India Obstetrics and Gynaecology, IVF India, IVF Treatment India, Egg Donor India, Surrogacy India, India Surrogacy, India Surrogate Mother, Kidney Transplant India, India Liver Transplant, India Bone Marrow Transplant, India Cosmetic Surgery, India Sleeve Gastre India Medical Tourism:-We Care India, provide you an opportunity to travel India with a healthy purpose! First... (read more)

Author: Pankaj Najpal

15. Medical Tourism Delhi,Medical Tourism India,Surgery Medical Tourism India
August 21, 2013

India Medical Tourism, Medical Tourism India, India Hospital, Hospital in India, Healthcare India, India Surgery, India Heart treatment, India Nephrology, India Obstetrics and Gynaecology, IVF India, IVF Treatment India, Egg Donor India, India Surrogacy, India Surrogate Mother, Kidney Transplant India, India Liver Transplant, India Bone Marrow Transplant, India Cosmetic Surgery, India Sleeve Gastrectomy, India Weight Loss Surgery, India Bariatric Surgery, India Cornea Transplant, India Cataract Surgery, India Eye Surgery, India Spine Surgery, India Back Surgery, India Heart Bypass Sur... (read more)

Author: Pankaj Najpal

16. Advantages of Liver Transplant
August 13, 2013

The liver transplant is a procedure that removes a diseased or damaged liver from the body and replace it with a healthy one. The liver problems involve a wide range of diseases and conditions that can affect your liver. As one of the largest solid organs of the body, the liver located in the upper right part of the abdomen. Its functions make it important in our body. When it comes to its functions, it includes converting it into energy that can be utilized by the body and processing the food that passes through the gut. Furthermore, it has an ability to address many chemicals, alcohol, poiso... (read more)

Author: Shinoda Chester

17. Cholesterol regulator plays key role in development of liverscarring, cirrhosis
August 08, 2013

UCLA researchers have demonstrated that a key regulator of cholesterol and fat metabolism in the liver also plays an important role inthe development of liver fibrosis the build-up of collagen scartissue that can develop into cirrhosis . Cirrhosis, in turn, is a major cause of premature death and isincurable without a liver transplant. Published in the March issue of the journal Gastroenterology, thestudy shows that liver X receptors (LXRs), master regulators ofcholesterol, fat and inflammatory gene expression, also control thefibrosis-making cells of the liver, known as hepatic stell... (read more)

Author: 123wert sdfsf

18. Organ Transplantation - Understanding What It Is All About
July 03, 2013

The medical sciences have come a long way in the last few decades, giving doctors the power to give new life to a patient. They can even replace a failing organ with the help of procedures like organ transplantation. This procedure can be carried out on lungs, the heart, kidneys, liver, and even on the small intestine. In this article, we will attempt to briefly understand what this procedure entails and how it can help patients recover from their chronic illnesses. The procedure Before under-going any kind of surgery, the patient is thoroughly examined to ensure they are not sufferi... (read more)

Author: Angeles health

19. Gurgaon hospital ready with blood group mismatch liver transplant
July 03, 2013

Overcoming the odds of blood group mismatch, a team of doctors of Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon have successfully completed three liver transplants where the donor's blood group did not match that of the receiver. Doctors believe this medical breakthrough, which is called ABO-incompatible transplant, will increase liver transplant rate by 30 per cent. Until now, the procedure was performed for patients needing kidney transplant at several hospitals, including AIIMS. At Medanta, the three patients — Zuana (3), Karthikey (18 months) and Khushwinder (43) — belonged to blood group 'O' and ... (read more)

Author: Media Support

20. Medanta Medicity, Gurgaon
July 01, 2013

Medanta Medicity in Gurgaon is a multi specialty hospital spread across 43 acres of land. Medanta hospital and institute is located near New Delhi. Hospital is a 1500 beds facility with 45 operation theatres and more than 1000 doctors. Hospital provide super specialty care various treatments that includes Cardiology, Cancer treatment, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, Orthopedics, Joint Replacement, Renal Transplant, Liver Transplant, Critical Care, Anesthesiology, Neurosciences etc. Medanta is lead by a team of highly experienced and skillful surgeons, doctors and specialists. Hospit... (read more)

Author: Media Support

21. Sclerosis of the liver progression and resolve
June 09, 2013

Liver sclerosis is the condition where your liver begins to form nodules or growths that begin to take the place of the normal cells. Following a period of time your liver might be beyond repair and you may necessitate a full liver transplant. There are actually many origins of sclerosis moreover only some of them are self induced. Some of the roots of this disorder are described below however bear in mind that it isn't a complete array: Obesity Addiction to alcohol Prescription interactions in addition to additional combos of a variety of toxins in your bloods... (read more)

Author: Cara Bordon

22. Know More about The Transplant Treatment
June 07, 2013

The organ transplants include the heart transplant, liver transplant, intestinal transplant, kidney transplant and lung transplant as well as more. Currently, due to the advancement in surgical technique, the quality of the transplant has been improved greatly. The organ transplant treatment is a procedure that removes an organ from one body to another or from a donor site to another location on the patient's own body. The purpose is to replace the recipient's damaged or absent organ. It is considered as a good way for end stage organ failure, such as liver and heart failure. Furthermore,... (read more)

Author: Jason Noah

23. Numbers and types of organ donation vary greatly in all four ukcountries - VMC Machining Center
June 03, 2013

According to research published online in BMJ Open , numbers and types of organ donation vary greatly in all four UKcountries. Researchers examined data from NHS Blood & Transplant for England,Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales from 1990 to 2009 and comparedfindings to registration data and donation data from other Europeancountries. They also looked for differences in the UK's fourcountries to establish a possible trend for organ types byevaluating donation rates for kidney, heart, lung, liver and corneaper million of the population. Their findings revealed that for most of the past... (read more)

Author: grehh hernjer

24. Organ transplant recipients have higher risk of some cancers - Automotive Ecu Programmer Manufactur
June 02, 2013

A new study has revealed that the overall cancer risk is two times higher for individuals who have undergonetransplantation for a solid organ, such as liver, heart, lung orkidney, compared to the risk of the general public. In addition,those who have received a transplant have an increased risk forseveral different types of cancer. The study, carried out byresearchers from the National Cancer Institute, Rockville, Md, ispublished in the November 2 issue of JAMA . According to the study: "In 2010, a total of 28,664 transplants were performed in theUnited States, including 16,899 ki... (read more)

Author: na b

25. Transplant candidates seek best quality livers, even if it meanswaiting longer - iPad Flex Cable
June 02, 2013

Liver transplantation candidates want to be involved in decisionsregarding quality of the donor organ, and many are reluctant toaccept organs with a higher risk of failure, according to researchby U-M physicians and experts. More than 42 percent of patients would choose to remain on thewaiting list rather than accept a "lower quality" liver accordingto the study's lead author Michael L. Volk, M.D., M.S., assistantprofessor in U-M's Department of Internal Medicine, Division ofGastroenterology. Research from Volk and his colleagues will appear in the Decemberissue of Liver Transplantati... (read more)

Author: akjxue@sina.com akjxue

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