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1. Lung Transplant Rejection Global Clinical Trials Review H2 2017: Ken Research
February 19, 2018

GlobalData'sclinical trial report, Lung Transplant Rejection Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2017" provides an overview of Lung Transplant Rejection clinical trials scenario. This report provides top line data relating to the clinical trials on Lung 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 (base... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

2. Some lungs are better than none: study says donated lungs even fromsmokers still prolong life
November 28, 2013

LONDON – Patients who need new lungs are better off getting donated organsfrom smokers than none at all, even though they probably won't liveas long as those who get a lung transplant from a nonsmoker, a newstudy says. Researchers say patients will survive longer if they are willing toaccept lungs from anyone, including smokers. In Britain, that's akey issue, for about 40 percent of donated lungs come from peoplewho have previously smoked. Yet in recent years, several cases of British patients dying aftergetting lungs from smokers have sparked calls for the policy to beoverhaul... (read more)

Author: ethrh erbdgf

3. Emphysema patients may benefit from cell transplantation of ownlung stem cells - Toy Lamp
September 28, 2013

When autologous (self-donated) lung-derived mensenchymal stem cells (LMSCs) were transplanted endoscopically into 13 adult femalesheep modeled with emphysema , post-transplant evaluation showed evidence of tissue regenerationwith increased blood perfusion and extra cellular matrix content.Researchers concluded that their approach could represent apractical alternative to conventional stem cell-based therapy fortreating emphysema. The study is published in Cell Transplantation (21:1), now freely available on-line.* "Mensenchymal stem cells are considered for transplantation becausethey are r... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

4. 4 Long Term Adjustments After a Heart Transplant
July 03, 2013

Definition Heart Transplant is a surgical procedure to replace a diseased heart with a healthy one. A transplant is recommended only when the organ can no longer function. What actually happens during the surgery? Your chest is opened to gain access to the diseased heart. You are connected with a lung-heart machine so that oxygen-rich blood continues to flow throughout the patient's body. The damaged heart is pulled out of its place; the donor heart is then kept in its place. A typical heart transplant in India may take about 4 hour. Your hospital stay may range between 4 t... (read more)

Author: Rohan Sinha

5. Ailing Girl Gets Lung Transplant After Court Intervention
June 13, 2013

A 10-year-girl is recovering from a organ transplant operation made possible after a U.S. federal judge intervened on her behalf.Sarah Murnaghan underwent a six-hour double-lung transplant from an adult donor at a hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wednesday. Sarah suffers from cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that mainly attacks a person's lungs and digestive system. She had been on the nationwide transplant list for a pair of pediatric lungs, but such donations are rare, and her health recently began to fail. However, she was ineligible to receive adult lungs under governm... (read more)

6. US LUNG TRANSPLANT
June 13, 2013

A 10-year-girl is recovering from a organ transplant operation made possible after a U.S. federal judge intervened on her behalf.Sarah Murnaghan underwent a six-hour double-lung transplant from an adult donor at a hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wednesday. Sarah suffers from cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that mainly attacks a person's lungs and digestive system. She had been on the nationwide transplant list for a pair of pediatric lungs, but such donations are rare, and her health recently began to fail. However, she was ineligible to receive adult lungs under governm... (read more)

7. 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

8. 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

9. 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

10. Tips For Living Donor Liver Transplantation
April 21, 2013

It is reported that there are currently more than 116,000 Americans on the waiting list for a lifesaving organ transplant—kidney, liver, heart, lung or pancreas. Some of them die of the liver diseases during waiting and the list keeps on growing. The liver transplantation is a process to replace a diseased liver with a healthy liver. Situated on the right side behind the ribs of the upper abdomen, the liver is responsible for a number of important functions of the body like hormone production, glycogen storage, detoxification. The liver diseases will come to those who take real good care of th... (read more)

Author: Shinoda Chester

11. Organ transplant recipients have higher risk of some cancers - copper welding cables Manufacturer
March 24, 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: drtyhjk dfcvb

12. COPD - Definition, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment
March 15, 2013

Lung transplant is the last option and should be reserved for people with severe COPD. Children are more affected by this than any other type of cancer, although adults can develop the disease as well. The threshold may vary between sex and age. When you get the results of your white blood cell count, they will usually specify what the levels are of all the different types. COPD causes permanent damage to the airways. Smoking. Yes.or the increase expected when your body is fighting off an infection. Whether this is true or not, is of course a matter of opinion, but it is certainly true that Da... (read more)

Author: jacynth twila

13. LUNG Hair transplant With Indian
February 11, 2013

There may be several concerns mentally. The reason your blaze would certainly I'm going for you to The indian subcontinent regarding Lung Hair treatment and any other Medical Procedure? Is definitely Of india a real risk-free spot to beget high value Surgical procedures? Will be the surgeons with Of india dependent plenty of to execute these high possibility procedures such as Lung Hair transplant. Do Indian native Hospitals have got needed Facilities to endure Dangerous procedures equally Lung Transplanting? I'll result each one of these inquiries one after the other. Foreigners, particularly... (read more)

Author: Anita Davis

14. Recipients of organ transplants at increased risk for broad rangeof cancers - Solar PV Ribbon Machi
January 11, 2013

Patients who have received a solid organ transplant, such askidney, liver, heart or lung, have an overall cancer risk that is double that of the general population, with anincreased risk for many different types of malignancies, accordingto a study in the November 2 issue of JAMA. "In 2010, a total of 28,664 transplants were performed in theUnited States, including 16,899 kidney transplants, 6,291 livertransplants, 2,333 heart transplants, and 1,770 lung transplants,"according to background information in the article. Solid organtransplant recipients have an increased cancer risk ... (read more)

Author: drtyhjk dfcvb

15. Common treatment for fibrosis
November 21, 2012

Pulmonary fibrosis is a condition that causes scar tissue to form in the lungs. It can be caused by environmental factors, diseases like lupus or it can occur spontaneously for reasons that are completely unknown. Individuals who are suffering from pulmonary fibrosis experience decreased lung function. This results in difficulty breathing as well as severe fatigue. Advanced cases can result in hypoxia where an insufficient amount of oxygen is being passed through the pulmonary artery. The most common treatments for this condition are medications and eventually a lung transplant if the scarring... (read more)

Author: Adria Pace

16. Dr GOKHALE CT ASSOCIATES CREATES A MILE STONE IN TRANSPLANTATION SURGERY IN ANDHRA PRADESH AND IN I
September 24, 2012

Dr Gokhale and his team did the first successful lung transplantation in Andhra Pradesh at Yashoda Hospitals, Secunderabad, taking the medical facilities at Hyderabad one more step forward. There is only one more center in India where such facilities for both lung and heart transplantations are available under one roof. Cardiothoracic surgery team at Yashoda Hospitals, Secunderabad, headed by Dr A.G.K.Gokhale, Chief cardiothoracic, transplant and minimal access surgeon and Dr G. Subramanyam, Senior consultant Anesthetist, transplanted a lung on 8th of September, 2012, for a 34 yr old lad... (read more)

Author: pramod kumar

17. Numbers and types of organ donation vary greatly in all four ukcountries
September 12, 2012

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: efvf thbtn

18. Recipients of organ transplants at increased risk for broad rangeof cancers
September 10, 2012

Patients who have received a solid organ transplant, such askidney, liver, heart or lung, have an overall cancer risk that is double that of the general population, with anincreased risk for many different types of malignancies, accordingto a study in the November 2 issue of JAMA. "In 2010, a total of 28,664 transplants were performed in theUnited States, including 16,899 kidney transplants, 6,291 livertransplants, 2,333 heart transplants, and 1,770 lung transplants,"according to background information in the article. Solid organtransplant recipients have an increased cancer risk ... (read more)

Author: efwegbe erergeer

19. Tell You Something About Organ Transplantation
August 01, 2012

When one of your own organs fails to work, then you may need an organ transplant. This can happen because of illness or injury. When you are undergoing such a procedure, doctors replace the organ in your body with a healthy organ from another person. There are some organs that can be transplanted, including pancreas, lung, liver, kidney, intestine and heart. Organ Transplantation is a type of surgery that replaces the recipient's damaged or absent organ with a healthy organ from another person or from a donor site on the recipient's own body. Scientists and engineers are allowed by the ... (read more)

Author: vincent zee

20. Lung-kidney transplant patient hopes to be professional bowler - kid wall stickers Manufacturer
July 05, 2012

Loyola University Medical Center patient Nathan Weimer, who hasundergone transplants of both lungs and one kidney, has won aBronze medal for bowling in the 2011 World Transplant Games. Weimer, 21, of Naperville, Ill., rolled 480 in three games, anaverage of 160 per game. The 2011 games were held in Sweden, andWeimer plans to compete in the 2013 Transplant Games in SouthAfrica. "I told him to bring home another medal," said Dr. JamesGagermeier, medical director of Pulmonary Medicine, who isproviding long-term follow-up care for Weimer's transplanted lungs."Nathan has a very positi... (read more)

Author: e55he swrzsnb

21. Numbers and types of organ donation vary greatly in all four ukcountries - China Rigid PCB Board
June 19, 2012

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: grass lawn

22. LUNG TRANSPLANT IN INDIA
June 01, 2012

There might be few questions in your mind. Why the hell would I go to India for Lung Transplant or for any other Medical Procedure? Is India really a safe place to get high value Medical Procedures? Are the surgeons in India qualified enough to perform these high risk surgeries like Lung Transplant. Do Indian Hospitals have required Infrastructure to undergo High risk procedures as Lung Transplant? I will answer all these questions one by one. Foreigners, especially west half of the world believes that India and other South Asian countries as the third world. They thought Indians a... (read more)

Author: Medic Yatra

23. We Have Two Kidneys But Only Need One Kidney To Live
April 19, 2012

Organ donation is a gift and it should come from the heart, not by emotional coercion. Kidney transplants are the most common organ transplant that happens. Kidney transplants paved the way for surgical teams to develop successful transplantation of other organs including heart, lung, pancreas and liver. People who do not have good kidneys are very sick. Kidneys do many things that are important to stay healthy. Normal kidneys perform several important tasks that keep the body in good health: Clean your blood and remove waste products through the formation of urine Balance fluids in... (read more)

Author: Cory Lynch

24. Side-Effects of Trasylol
February 22, 2012

In complicated surgeries like coronary artery bypass graft, liver, heart or heart- lung transplant, total hip replacement or like, there is a need of blood clotting medicine and that’s where Trasylol comes into picture. Trasylol had been widely used before to inhibit blood loss in the types of surgeries mentioned before, however, a study in the year 2006 revealed that it can cause any of the following side effects or even death:- Kidney failure Heart Stroke or heart attack Encephalopathy After FDA received about 22,000 cases of death due to the administration of this medicine, it ... (read more)

Author: Jack Taylor

25. Lawsuits against Trasylol
February 22, 2012

When FDA approved the Trasylol drug in the year 1993, hardly did it know that Bayer Pharmaceuticals Company had not informed the FDA about its adverse effects like kidney failure, heart stroke or even deaths. As a result many lawsuits were filed against Trasylol, alleging that Bayer was well aware of the adverse effects and kept them under wraps for its own benefit. The filed litigations also pointed out that Bayer studied a pool of more than 78,000 patients in the duration January 2003- March 2006, and concluded that the risk of death was 64% higher amongst Trasylol users than amongst the use... (read more)

Author: Jack Taylor

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