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Synonyms for transplantation

the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location

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Progress in postoperative critical care has significantly improved early outcomes of heart transplantation, and patients without complications are discharged from the intensive care unit in 4 days or less.
Before heart transplantation the serum of heart transplant candidates is tested for levels of anti-human leukocyte antigen (HLA) which could bind to donor HLA antigens and cause rejection of the organ.
This leads to a rise in the average waiting time for heart transplantation.
Children's cardiothoracic surgeons have performed more than 325 heart transplants since the transplant program's inception in 1988, "While the outcomes following pediatric heart transplantation have gradually improved over the last 40 years, the rate of change has been too slow.
In 2013 specifically, 5036 heart transplantation procedures were performed across 416 heart transplant centers worldwide.
One report on depression after heart transplantation [7] found that 92% of transplant recipients with a diagnosis of clinical depression received pharmacological treatment (primarily selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors [SSRIs]), but the study did not compare the efficacy of different types of medications and did not recommend any particular medication.
He also transplanted the kidney in a rabbit and together with Charles Guthrie (1905) performed hepatotropic heart transplantation in a rabbit [6].
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Heart Transplantation and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Heart transplantation for cc-TGA is technically feasible.
Specific tracks designed to cater to professionals focused on basic science, pediatric transplantation, immunology, tissue injury/preservation, xenotransplantation, pathology, nephrology, organ donation, infectious diseases, heart transplantation, immunosuppression, liver transplantation, and allied health.
INTRODUCTION: Heart transplantation has emerged as the definitive therapy for patients with endstage cardiomyopathy.
Boyce is the surgical director of the heart failure and heart transplantation program at MedStar Heart Institute at MedStar Washington Hospital Centre, where Cook's transplant took place on February 1, 1989.
Washington, Feb 3 ( ANI ): A new study has found that majority of patients who have undergone heart transplantation are living 20 years or more post surgery thanks to the improvement in the procedure's success rate.
The success of the surgery gives hope to several patients, who have got a new lease of life after their heart transplantation but are unable to have a normal life because of severe joint pains," said Dr M I Sahadulla, chairman of the KIMS group of hospitals.
However, modern heart failure pacemakers, heart pumps and also heart transplantation are of great benefit in selected patients, but are poorly utilized.