Transplant

Hand Transplantation at Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic Hand and Face Transplant Program Surgical Director Steven Moran, M.D., gives an overview of hand transplantation at Mayo Clinic.

Publish Date: 3/5/2015

Cellular Therapy for Liver Disease

Dr. Robert Huebert, and Dr. Jorge Rakela, discuss their article appearing in the March 2014 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

Publish Date: 7/22/2015

Study Suggests Acutely Injured Kidneys can be Considered for Transplant

Research suggests that some acutely injured kidneys from donors who are deceased can be used for transplant with safe, positive outcomes.

Publish Date: 8/5/2015

Frailty and Poor Outcomes in Decompensated Cirrhosis

Gastroenterologist Jayant A. Talwalkar, M.D., discusses how frailty affects and can predict liver transplant outcomes in patients with decompensated cirrhosis.

Publish Date: 6/9/2015

Preemptive Kidney Transplant

Listen as Mikel Prieto, M.D., Surgical Director of the Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses preemptive kidney donation. When a patient has end-stage kidney disease, they must replace the function of the kidneys with one of two renal replacement therapies: dialysis or kidney transplant. With dialysis therapy, a machine cleans the blood. Dialysis is only able to perform about 10 percent of the work a kidney does and can cause serious health problems. Kidney transplant is the preferred therapy. With preemptive kidney transplant a patient receives a kidney transplant, usually from a live donor, before needing to start dialysis. This is the best option for patients, as it can result in better function of the new kidney, enhance overall health and improve life expectancy.

Publish Date: 6/11/2015

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Ventricular Assist Devices as Bridge to Transplantation: Therapy Options

In this video, Mayo Clinic heart surgeon John Stulak, M.D., discusses ventricular assist device therapy options for less sick patients with advanced heart failure.

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