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Medical Care of the Liver Transplant Patient, Third Edition
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Medical Care of the Liver Transplant Patient, Third Edition
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2006 | 600 Pages | ISBN: 1405130326 | PDF | 5 MB

Medical Care of the Liver Transplant Patient looks at monitoring and maintaining the health of organ recipients and donors, pre, during and post-operatively. There are twenty-nine chapters containing practical advice on total patient management. They are arranged into 8 sections and follow the stages of transplantation from first indication and selection of potential recipient, through to acute recovery, long-term follow-up and continued health.In this edition there are new chapters on special considerations in liver transplant patients such as viral hepatitis, alcoholic liver disease and live donor liver transplantation. It also contains the very latest information concerning complications and recurring problems after transplantation. Another new chapter considers fresh approaches and developments in the future.This is a vital reference to all members of the medical team involved at different stages in the care of liver transplantation patients including hepatologists, gastroenterologists, transplant surgeons, specialist nurses, and nutritionists.Content: Chapter 1 Selection and Evaluation of the Recipient (including Retransplantation) (pages 1-17): Don C. RockeyChapter 2 Monitoring the Patient Awaiting Transplantation (pages 18-42): Beat MullhauptChapter 3 Management of Portal Hypertension and Biliary Problems Prior to Transplantation (pages 43-65): Nazia Selzner, Janet E. Tuttle?Newhall and Beat MullhauptChapter 4 Psychosocial Evaluation of the Potential Recipient (pages 66-78): Robyn Lewis ClaarChapter 5 Financial Considerations (pages 79-86): Paul C. Kuo and Rebecca A. SchroederChapter 6 Donor Organ Distribution (pages 87-107): Richard B. Freeman and Jeffrey CooperChapter 7 Viral Hepatitis (pages 108-118): Paul G. KillenbergChapter 8 Hepatoma (pages 119-138): Maria Varela, Margarita Sala and M. Jordi BruixChapter 9 Alcoholism and Alcoholic Liver Disease (pages 139-148): Mark Hudson and Kaushik AgarwalChapter 10 Primary Biliary Cirrhosis, Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (including Cholangiocarcinoma), and Autoimmune Hepatitis (pages 149-171): Beat Mullhaupt and Alastair D. SmithChapter 11 Metabolic Diseases (pages 172-194): David A. TendlerChapter 12 Living Donor Liver Transplantation (pages 195-207): James F. Trotter and Wesley KasenChapter 13 Fulminant Hepatic Failure (pages 208-226): Michael A. HeneghanChapter 14 The Transplant Operation (pages 227-241): Lucas McCormack, Markus Selzner and Pierre?Alain ClavienChapter 15 The Difficult Surgical Patient (pages 242-255): Robert J. Porte, Lucas McCormack and Pierre?Alain ClavienChapter 16 Surgical Aspects of Living Donor Transplantation (pages 256-269): Zakiyah Kadry and Pierre?Alain ClavienChapter 17 Anesthesia (pages 270-296): Kerri M. Robertson and Marco Piero ZalunardoChapter 18 Recovery in the Immediate Postoperative Period (pages 297-303): Julie S. Hudson and Judith W. GentileChapter 19 Rejection (pages 304-322): Bradley H. Collins and Dev M. DesaiChapter 20 Vascular Complications (pages 323-338): Paul Suhocki, S. Ravi Chari and Richard L. McCannChapter 21 Biliary Complications following Liver Transplantation (pages 339-358): Lucas McCormack and Peter BauerfeindChapter 22 The Role of Histopathology (pages 359-394): Mary K. Washington and M. David N. HowellChapter 23 Medical Problems after Liver Transplantation (pages 395-418): Eberhard L. Renner and Jean?Francois DufourChapter 24 Recurrence of the Original Liver Disease (pages 419-438): Alastair D. SmithChapter 25 Infections in the Transplant Recipient (pages 439-459): Barbara D. Alexander and Kimberly HansonChapter 26 Renal Function Posttransplant (pages 460-472): Stephen R. SmithChapter 27 Cutaneous Diseases in the Transplant Recipient (pages 473-488): Sarah A. Myers and Juan?Carlos MartinezChapter 28 Productivity and Social Rehabilitation of the Transplant Recipient (pages 489-502): Karli S. PontilloChapter 29 Immunosuppressive Medications (pages 503-521): Andrew J. MuirChapter 30 Drug Interactions with Commonly used Immunosuppressive Agents (pages 522-536): Paul G. KillenbergChapter 31 Special Considerations for Liver Transplantation in Children (pages 537-562): Martin Burdelski and Xavier RogiersChapter 32 New Approaches (pages 563-584): Markus Selzner and Leo Buhler

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