Anesthesia and Organ Transplantation
Saunders, 1987 - Medical - 254 pages
Devoted exclusively to the problems of anesthesia and organ transplantation. Details how the physiology of organ failure, technical aspects of transplant operations, and aggressive immunosuppressive therapy impact successful anesthetic management. Also encompasses anesthesiologic problems in organ replantation, blood transfusion, and postoperative management of the critically ill transplant patient, complicated by possible organ rejection and infection.
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Immunosuppressive Therapy in Organ Transplantation
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