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- Print ISBN 9788131224120
The last few years witnessed significant improvisations in kidney transplantation—the introduction of newer immunosuppressive drugs to increase the success rates of transplantation; steps to increase the donor availability (by doing ABO incompatible transplantation and by performing transplants from non-heart beating donors); and lastly, kidney removal from the donor through laparoscopic donor nephrectomy.
This book focuses on the various aspects of choosing the donor, to donor nephrectomy, the outpatient care of the donor and the recipient and also the legal and ethical issues related to the same.
Selection and Preparation of the Recipient
Selection of Donor
Immunosuppressive Agents in Kidney Transplant Recipients
Monitoring of the Transplant Recipient and Complications
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