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Bone marrow transplantation

In the late 1950s on the basis of clinical and laboratory studies have established the role of stem cells in hematopoiesis, and proved that bone marrow containing these cells can restore normal hematopoiesis in more than 40 of his malignant disease.


More than 75% of the transplants make for mal ... Read more »
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Complications of bone marrow transplantation

In the period from 3 weeks to 3 months after bone marrow transplantation is the most frequent complications of graft rejection, acute reaction "graft-versus-host disease", and pneumonia.


Rejection in allotransplantation of bone marrow (bone marrow transplants b ... Read more »
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Methods of bone marrow transplantation

The most common diseases that shows a bone marrow transplant, are severe aplastic anemia, acute and chronic myelogenous leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Hodgkin's disease, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.


Autologous transplant - a bone marrow transplant, in which the bone marrow is taken directly from the patient in remission.
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Complications of lung transplantation

Most patients in the first three weeks after lung transplantation suffer 2-3 episodes of rejection. Diagnosis is based on the deterioration of the patient data and additional research methods. When rejection patients feel weak, there are shortness of breath, increased body temperature. Early complications also include bleeding, hypo ... Read more »

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Lung transplantation

The most common indications for lung transplantation include obstructive (emphysema) and infection (fibrosis, bronchiectasis), lung disease, as well as primary pulmonary hypertension.


Lung transplantation is indicated for the progression of the disease and the ineffectiveness of other therapeutic measu ... Read more »
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Modern methods of resuscitation

Theoretically, a heart transplant was justified before other organs as well as the termination of cardiac blood flow in any case, it was considered the most obvious cause and a sign of death.


A significant step forward was the development of the concept of death based ... Read more »
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Heart transplantation

The main indications for heart transplantation are the terminal stage of chronic ischemic heart disease, dilated cardiomyopathy with severe heart failure, severe heart defects combined in the decompensation stage, much less - other diseases of the heart.


Turning to the method of trea ... Read more »
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