3) He is credited with coining the term composite tissue allotransplantation
and performing the first non-vascularized CTA of a finger flexor tendon apparatus in 1957, 3 years after the first solid organ transplant.
His request was refused, and this allowed his Russian compatriot, Yurii Voronoy, to become the first surgeon to perform kidney allotransplantation
in 1933 (14).
While we introduced both our allotransplantation
and xenotransplantation plans in this meeting, the primary focus was our near-term plan to build upon the promising results of the Edmonton Protocol studies in 2002.
For patients with type I diabetes, the only reliable method to restore euglycemia is allotransplantation
of functional islets containing insulin-producing [beta] cells.
to extend fertility restoration beyond the realm of chemotherapy patients, to move from autotransplantation into allotransplantation
, and to use a groundbreaking transplant technique, raises the question of opening access to such techniques to a wider population of women--and for more diverse reasons.
25) Although infections are common even in allotransplantation
and blood transfusions, (26) the infection concerns are more severe with xenotransplantation.
Another alternative to cardiac allotransplantation
is the implantable ventricular assist device (11).
In November 1997, the company entered into a collaborative agreement with Novartis Pharma, AG to develop TP10 for use in xenotransplantation (animal organs to human) and allotransplantation
(human to human).
The Composite Tissue Allotransplantation
program is a partnership of physicians, researchers and healthcare providers at the Jewish Hospital, Kleinert Kutz and Associates, the Christine M.
of partial joints in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee.
laparoscopic hernia repair techniques; and complex reconstructions, including the management of fistulae, postoperative bulge, recurrent hernia, and other abdominal wall defects, ending with a chapter on composite tissue allotransplantation
Brandacher, director of the Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation
(VCA) research laboratory at Hopkins, will oversee basic and translational research efforts related to reconstructive transplantation.
Working closely with its partner, Gift of Life Donor Program, a team of 30 members - 12 surgeons, three anesthesiologists and 15 nurses - performed the 11-and-a-half hour double transplant procedure - a Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation
- that involved experts in solid organ transplantation, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, reconstructive microsurgery and anesthesia.
Use of a pig heart as a bridge to allotransplantation
could be a solution due to heart deficiency organ.
heart or kidney) transplant recipients, patients who receive a composite tissue allotransplantation
(CTA) must take drugs to suppress their immune system for the life of the graft.