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New study suggests progress in graft survival is slowing down

The last 30 years have seen significant improvements in the lifespan of a transplanted kidney, but improvements in organ transplant survival in the U.S. and Europe have slowed recently, says a new international study. Predictably, this...

source: By Lynn Hetzler
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To assess the incidence of Acute kidney injury (AKI) and its common etiologies in kidney transplant recipients and the effect of AKI's characteristics on graft survival. In a retrospective...

source: Clinical Transplantation

Renal replacement therapy (RRT) after heart transplant (HT) is associated with worse prognosis. We aimed to identify predictors of RRT and the impact of this complication on long‐term survival. Cohort study...

source: Clinical Transplantation

This month, “The AJT Report” focuses on the efforts of the Transplant Therapeutics Consortium, a collaborative venture within the academic transplant community that aims to identify unmet medical needs in the...

source: American Journal of Transplantation

Live attenuated vaccines are currently contraindicated in solid‐organ transplant recipients. However, the risk of vaccine‐preventable infections is lifelong, and can be particularly severe after transplantation....

source: American Journal of Transplantation

Rejection is one of the most important drawbacks for graft and patient survival in intestinal and multivisceral transplantation. However, there is no consensus on the diagnostic criteria for humoral rejection...

source: Liver Transplantation

Recent studies have reported high rates of re‐intervention after primary stenting for hepatic artery stenosis (HAS) due to loss of primary patency. The aims of this study were to evaluate outcomes...

source: Liver Transplantation


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