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- Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
- Format: Paperback | 104 pages
- Dimensions: 216mm x 274mm x 8mm | 322g
- Publication date: 22 October 2012
- Publication City/Country: Chicester
- ISBN 10: 0470658428
- ISBN 13: 9780470658420
- Edition: 2
- Edition statement: 2nd ed.
- Sales rank: 728,182
The first basic overview of all aspects of transplantation with a clarity not to be found in more inaccessible textbooks. This brand new title provides a succinct overview of both the scientific and clinical principles of organ transplantation and the types of organ transplant, featuring highly-illustrated information covering core topics in transplantation including: Organ donors Organ preservation Assessment of transplant recipients Indications for transplantation Immunology of transplantation Immunosuppression and its complications Overviews of thoracic and abdominal organ transplantation, including the kidneys, liver, heart and lungs Transplantation at a Glance is the ideal introduction for medical students, junior doctors, surgical trainees, immunology students, pharmacists, and nurses on transplant wards.
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Menna Clatworthy is at the University of Cambridgeand Addenbrooke's Hospital Christopher Watson is at the School of ClinicalMedicine, University of Cambridge Michael Allison is at Cambridge University Hospitals NHSFoundation Trust John Dark is Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery at theRegional Cardiothoracic Centre, The Freeman Hospital, Newcastleupon Tyne
This is one of the best reviews of transplantation I havehad the pleasure of reading. With its thorough collection of topicsand its illustrations, it is a definite must read for those who arestarting their training or spending a limited amount of time on atransplant service. (Doody s, 19 April2013) This is a superbly produced small book with marvellousillustrations, and I am literally amazed how much information ispresented in approximately 100 pages. The illustrations have beenvery carefully done and enhance the explanations in the textextremely well. The chapters range from a history oftransplantation through organ donation and preservation; theimmunology of organ transplantation; immunosuppression;complications of immunosuppression, and kidney, pancreas, liver,intestinal, and lung transplantations, finishing up with briefreviews of composite tissue transplantation andxenotransplantation. This is the ideal book to give to nurses or residents rotatingthrough a transplantation unit or to scientists working in tissuetyping or microbiology and virology with an interest intransplantation. Obviously, for those who stay in the field, theywill need more in-depth information from the larger texts, but as astarter book, I have seen nothing better than this extremely goodpresentation. Each transplantation unit should have half a dozen orso available for those I have referred to above. (Peter J.Morris , Transplantation journal, 2012)
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The first basic overview of all aspects of transplantation with a clarity not to be found in more inaccessible textbooks. This brand new title provides a succinct overview of both the scientific and clinical principles of organ transplantation and the types of organ transplant, featuring highly-illustrated information covering core topics in transplantation including: Organ donorsOrgan preservationAssessment of transplant recipientsIndications for transplantationImmunology of transplantationImmunosuppression and its complicationsOverviews of thoracic and abdominal organ transplantation, including the kidneys, liver, heart and lungs"Transplantation" "at a Glance" is the ideal introduction for medical students, junior doctors, surgical trainees, immunology students, pharmacists, and nurses on transplant wards.
Table of contents
Preface 7 List of abbreviations 8 1 History of transplantation 10 Organ donors 2 Diagnosis of death and its physiology 12 3 Deceased organ donation 14 4 Live donor kidney transplantation 16 5 Live donor liver transplantation 18 Organ preservation 6 Organ preservation 20 Immunology of organ transplantation 7 Innate immunity 22 8 Adaptive immunity and antigen presentation 24 9 Humoral and cellular immunity 26 Histocompatibility in transplantation 10 Tissue typing and HLA matching 28 11 Detecting HLA antibodies 30 12 Antibody-incompatible transplantation 32 Organ allocation 13 Organ allocation 34 Immunosuppression 14 Immunosuppression: induction vs maintenance 36 15 Biological agents 37 16 T cell-targeted immunosuppression 38 Complications of immunosuppression 17 Side effects of immunosuppressive agents 40 18 Post-transplant infection 42 19 CMV infection 44 20 Post-transplant malignancy 46 Kidney transplantation 21 End-stage renal failure 48 22 Complications of ESRF 50 23 Dialysis and its complications 52 24 Assessment for kidney transplantion 54 25 Kidney transplantation: the operation 56 26 Surgical complications of kidney transplantation 58 27 Delayed graft function 60 28 Transplant rejection 62 29 Chronic renal allograft dysfunction 64 Pancreas and islet transplantation 30 Transplantation for diabetes mellitus 66 31 Pancreas transplantation 68 32 Islet transplantation 70 Liver transplantation 33 Causes of liver failure 72 34 Assessment for liver transplantation 74 35 Liver transplantation: the operation 76 36 Complications of liver transplantation 78 Intestinal transplantation 37 Intestinal failure and assessment 80 38 Intestinal transplantation 82 Heart transplantation 39 Assessment for heart transplantation 84 40 Heart transplantation: the operation 86 41 Complications of heart transplantation 88 Lung transplantation 42 Assessment for lung transplantation 90 43 Lung transplantation: the operation 92 44 Complications of lung transplantation 94 Composite tissue transplantation 45 Composite tissue transplantation 96 Xenotransplantation 46 Xenotransplantation 98 Index 100