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Brought to you by the world’s leading transplant clinicians, Textbook of Organ Transplantation provides a complete and comprehensive overview of modern transplantation in all its complexity, from basic science to gold-standard surgical techniques to post-operative care, and from likely outcomes to considerations for transplant program administration, bioethics and health policy.

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Overview

Brought to you by the world’s leading transplant clinicians, Textbook of Organ Transplantation provides a complete and comprehensive overview of modern transplantation in all its complexity, from basic science to gold-standard surgical techniques to post-operative care, and from likely outcomes to considerations for transplant program administration, bioethics and health policy.

Beautifully produced in full color throughout, and with over 600 high-quality illustrations, it successfully:

  • Provides a solid overview of what transplant clinicians/surgeons do, and with topics presented in an order that a clinician will encounter them.
  • Presents a holistic look at transplantation, foregrounding the interrelationships between transplant team members and non-surgical clinicians in the subspecialties relevant to pre- and post-operative patient care, such as gastroenterology, nephrology, and cardiology.
  • Offers a focused look at pediatric transplantation, and identifies the ways in which it significantly differs from transplantation in adults.
  • Includes coverage of essential non-clinical topics such as transplant program management and administration; research design and data collection; transplant policy and bioethical issues.

Textbook of Organ Transplantation is the market-leading and definitive transplantation reference work, and essential reading for all transplant surgeons, transplant clinicians, program administrators, basic and clinical investigators and any other members of the transplantation team responsible for the clinical management or scientific study of transplant patients.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118870143
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/15/2014
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1880
  • Sales rank: 1,485,270
  • Product dimensions: 5.91 (w) x 9.84 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

Section 1 History/Introduction

0 Introduction
Allan D. Kirk and Steven B. Webber

1 A Brief History of Clinical Organ Transplantation
Sir Roy Yorke Calne

Section 2 Transplantation Biology

Immunolgy

2 Physiology of the Immune System
Heth R. Turnquist, Giorgio Raimondi, Diana Metes and Angus W.Thomson

3 Development of HLA, cross-matching, etc.
Paul Terasaki

4 Transplant Antigen Biology
Raja Rajalingam, Qiuheng Zhang, J. Michael Cecka and Elaine F.Reed

5 Cellular Mechanisms of Adaptive Immunology
Maria-Luisa Alegre

6 Humoral Mechanisms of Adaptive Immunology
William M. Baldwin III and Robert L. Fairchild

7 Innate Immunity
Melissa Y. Yeung, Sacha A. De Serres and Xian C. Li

8 Mechanisms of Regulation
Kathryn J. Wood, Andrew Bushell and Joanna Hester

9 The Spectrum of Alloimmunity, Heterologous Immunity, andRelevant Autoimmunity
Mandy L. Ford, Andrew B. Adams and Christian P. Larsen

10 Fundamental Concepts Regarding Graft Injury andRegeneration: Tissue Injury, Tissue Quality, and RecipientFactors
Chatchai Kreepala, Konrad S. Famulski and Philip F.Halloran

11 Mechanisms of Allograft Tolerance
Allan D. Kirk and Raul Badell

12 Xenoimmunity
Peter J. Cowan and Anthony J.F. d’Apice

Experimental Transplantation

13 In Vitro Models of Alloreactivity
Robert L. Fairchild, Charles A. Su, Anna Valujskikh and WilliamM. Baldwin III

14 Small Animal Models
Lakshman Gunaratnam, Anthony M. Jevnikar and Roslyn B.Mannon

15 Large Animal Models
Douglas J. Anderson, Benjamin M. Martin, Allan D. Kirk and DavidH. Sachs

16 Advancing In Silico: Studying Global Gene ExpressionUsing Functional Genomics for Transplantation Research
Steven Head, Sunil M. Kurian and Daniel R. Salomon

Mechanisms of Immune Modulation

17 Pathways for Immune Manipulation
Jason R. Lees, Agnes M. Azimzadeh, Yaozhong Ding, Jiangnan Xuand Jonathan S. Bromberg

18 Future Pathways for Immune Manipulation
Allison Webber and Flavio Vincenti

Section 3 Organ Procurement

Procurement & Allocation

19 Organ Procurement & Allocation
Jennifer Porter, Lori E. Brigham and Susan Gunderson

20 Deceased donor management
John Fung, Koji Hashimoto, Bijan Eghtesad, Daniel J. Lebovitzand Melissa Watson

Techniques for Organ Procurement

21 Donation after Brain Death
Rupert Oberhuber, Timm Heinbokel, Zain Khalpey, Sayeed Malek andStefan G. Tullius

22 Donation after Cardiac Death
Chandrasekar Santhanakrishnan and Anthony M.D’Alessandro

23 Living Donor: Kidney
Ken Newell

24 Living Donor: Liver
Koji Hashimoto, Cristiano Quintini and Charles M. Miller

Preservation and Resuscitation

25 Organ Preservation and Resuscitation: Abdominal Organs
Henri G.D. Leuvenink and Rutger J. Ploeg

26 Organ Preservation and Resuscitation: Thoracic Organs
Jonathan C. Yeung, Marcelo Cypel, John M. Craig and ShafKeshavjee

27 Kidney Paired Donation Networks
Adam W. Bingaman and Cathi L. Murphey

Section 4 Pre-operative Management
Patient Selection and Indications for OrganTransplantation

28 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Kidney
Jeremy Goodman and Robert S. Gaston

29 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Liver
Kimberly A. Brown and Marwan Kazimi

30 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Heart
Andrew L. Smith and Daniel B. Sims

31 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Lung
Edward R. Garrity, Jr. and Julia B. Becker

32 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Pancreas & Islet
Alexandra Turner and Nicole A. Turgeon

33 Patient Selection and Indications for Organ Transplantation:Intestinal & Multivisceral
Douglas G. Farmer and Robert S. Venick

34 Role of Primary Care Provider in Care of Abdominal OrganTransplant Patients
Peggy B. Hasley, Kristine S. Schonder and Ron Shapiro

35 Role of Primary Care Provider in Care of Thoracic OrganTransplant Patients
Remzi Bag, Arvind Bhimaraj and Sireesha Garikipati

The Histocompatibility Lab

36 Alloantibodies, Sensitization and VirtualCrossmatching
Robert Bray and Howard Gebel

Waiting List Management

37 Waiting List Management: Kidney
Phuong-Thu T. Pham, Phunong-Chi T. Pham and Gabriel M.Danovitch

38 Waiting List Management: Liver
John G. O’Grady

39 Waiting List Management: Heart
Howard J. Eisen

40 Waiting List Management: Lung
E. Clinton Lawrence and David Neujahr

41 Waiting List Management: Pancreas and Islet
Jon S. Odorico

42 Waiting List Management: Intestinal and Multi-visceral
Kareem M. Abu-Elmagd and Guilherme Costa

Intensive Care in End Organ Failure

43 Intensive Care in End Organ Failure: Liver
Ram Subramanian and Jenny Han

44 Intensive Care in End Organ Failure: Heart
Maryl R. Johnson, Josef Stehlik, Deborah Budge and Michael S.Kiernan

45 Intensive Care in End Organ Failure: Lung
John Adam Reich and R. Eliot Fagley

46 Dialysis
Myriam Farah and John S. Gill

47 Artificial Liver, In Vivo Tissue Engineering, and OrganPrinting – Solutions for Organ Scarcity
Peter Neuhaus, Igor M. Sauer and Nathanael Raschzok

48 Ventricular Assist Devices
O.H. Frazier and Steven M. Parnis

49 Artificial Heart
Hannah Copeland, Jennifer Berumen, Richard G. Smith and Jack G.Copeland

50 The Development and Use of Artificial Lungs in LungTransplantation
A. Claire Watkins and Bartley P. Griffith

51 Totally Artificial Pancreas
Desmond Barry Keenan and Garry M. Steil

52 Tissue & Organ Bioengineering
Tracy C. Grikscheit and Erik R. Barthel

Organ Acceptance and Risk Management Assessment

53 Standard and Extended Criteria Donors
Stephen T. Bartlett and Matthew Cooper

54 Donation after Cardiac Death
Silke Niederhaus and Anthony M. D’Alessandro

Section 5 Transplant Procedure & SurgicalTechnique

55 Kidney Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
Paul L. Tso and Thomas C. Pearson

56 Liver Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
Joseph F. Magliocca, Steven I. Hanish, Eugenia K. Page andStuart J. Knechtle

57 Living Donor Liver Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
Sung-Gyu Lee, Deok-Bog Moon and Chung-Man Namgoong

58 Heart Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
John M. Craig, Soyoung Lee, Gus J. Vlahakes and Joren C.Madsen

59 Lung Transplantation Procedure & Surgical Technique
R. Duane Davis

60 Pancreas Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
Jon S. Odorico, Hans Sollinger and Dixon Kaufman

61 Islet Cell Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
A.M. James Shapiro and Camillo Ricordi

62 Intestinal Transplantation Procedure & SurgicalTechnique
Thomas Fishbein

63 Multi-visceral Transplantation
Alan Langnas and Lokesh Bathla

64 Vascularized Composite Allograft (VCA) TransplantationProcedure & Surgical Technique
Gerald Brandacher, Jaimie T. Shores, Chad R. Gordon, Damon S.Cooney and W.P. Andrew Lee

Section 6 Post-transplant Management

Immunosuppressive Therapy

65 Induction Therapy
Ali H. Charafeddine and Allan D. Kirk

66 Maintenance Therapy
Karen L. Hardinger, Daniel C. Brennan and Christina L.M.Klein

67 Rescue Therapy: Approaches to the Treatment of Acute andChronic Allograft Injury
Mark D. Stegall and Patrick G. Dean

68 Desensitization Protocols
Carmen Lefaucheur and Denis Glotz

Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Diagnosis &Management

69 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Kidney
Brian J. Nankivell

70 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Liver
Sandy Feng and Matthew H. Levine

71 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Heart
Keyur B. Shah, Joren C. Madsen and Mandeep R. Mehra

72 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Lung
David C. Neujahr

73 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Pancreas andIslet
Parsia A. Vagefi and Peter G. Stock

74 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: Intestinal
Gennaro Selvaggi, Andreas Tzakis, Akin Tekin, Jennifer Garcia,Ji Fan and Philip Ruiz, Jr.

75 Clinical Allograft Rejection Syndromes: VCA
Stefan Schneeberger and Gerald Brandacher

76 Clinical Transplantation Tolerance
Tatsuo Kawai, David H. Sachs and A. Benedict Cosimi

Clinical Recurrent Disease: Diagnosis and Management

77 Post-transplant Recurrent Disease: Kidney and Pancreas
Philip J. O’Connell and Lorna K. Henderson

78 Post-transplant Recurrent Disease: Liver
Samir Parekh and James R. Spivey

79 Post-transplant Recurrent Disease: Heart
Jignesh K. Patel and Jon A. Kobashigawa

80 Post-transplant Recurrent Disease: Lung
Todd L. Astor

Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease

81 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Kidney
Alton B. Farris and Michael H. Mengel

82 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Liver
Anthony J. Demetris, Marta I. Minervini, Michael A. Nalesnik,Erin Rubin, Parmjeet Randhawa and Eizaburo Sasatomi

83 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Heart
E. Rene Rodriguez and Carmela D. Tan

84 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Lung
Carol Farver and W. Dean Wallace

85 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Pancreas and Islet
Cinthia B. Drachenberg and John C. Papadimitriou

86 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: Intestinal
Phillip Ruiz Jr., Jennifer Garcia, Akin Tekin, Seigo Nishida andAndreas Tzakis

87 Histopathological Syndromes of Graft Rejection and RecurrentDisease: VCA
Alexandra P. Turner, Alton B. Farris, III, Alessandrina M.Freitas and Linda C. Cendales

Post-operative Monitoring

88 Cardiovascular Disease and Preventive Healthcare
Steve Pastan and Divya Gupta

89 Post-Transplant Monitoring for HLA Antibody
Robert A. Bray and Howard M. Gebel

90 Biomarkers and Alloimmune Monitoring
Oriol Bestard, Birgit Sawitzki and AlbertoSánchez-Fueyo

91 Protective Immune Competence
Aneesh Mehta

Transplant Infectious Diseases

92 Donor-derived Infections
Marissa B. Wilck and Emily A. Blumberg

93 Peri-operative Infectious Disease
Daniel Kaul and Michael Green

94 Post-Transplant Infections
Jay A. Fishman and Robin K. Avery

Malignancy in Transplantation

95 General Malignancy
Oriol Bestard, Josep M. Cruzado and Josep M. Grinyó

96 Post-Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorders
Steven B. Webber and Michael Green

Pregnancy and Contraception in Transplantation

97 Pregnancy and Contraception in Transplantation
Serban Constantinescu, Veronica Gomez-Lobo, John M. Davison,Michael J. Moritz, and Vincent T. Armenti

The Transplant Pharmacopeia

98 Drugs Specifically Approved for Transplant Indications
Winston A. Ally and Avinash Agarwal

99 Infectious Disease Prophylaxis
G. Marshall Lyon III

100 Metabolic and Endocrine Management
Naim Issa, Scott A. Reule and Aleksandra Kukla

101 Off-Label Use of Immunosuppressive Agents in Solid OrganTransplantation
Jill C. Krisl, Rita R. Alloway, and E. Steve Woodle

102 Drug Interactions
William D. Simmons, Pamala A. Jacobson and Karen L.Hardinger

Section 7 Long-term Transplant Outcomes

103 Long-term Outcomes of Renal Transplant Recipients
Sundus A. Lodhi and Neema Stephens

104 Factors Influencing Long-Term Survival after LiverTransplantation
Heidi Yeh, Paulo Martins and James F. Markmann

105 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: Heart Transplantation
Michelle M. Kittleson and Jon A. Kobashigawa

106 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: Lung and Heart-LungTransplantation
Toshihiro Okamoto, David Wheeler, and Kenneth R. McCurry

107 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: PancreasTransplantation
Philip Y. Wai and Hans W. Sollinger

108 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: Islet Transplantation
A.M. James Shapiro and Camillo Ricordi

109 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: Intestinal and Multi-visceralTransplantation
Jennifer Garcia, Gennaro Selvaggi, Akin Tekin, Philip Ruiz Jr.and Andreas Tzakis

110 Long-term Transplant Outcomes: Vascularized CompositeAllograft (VCA) Transplantation
Alessandrina M. Freitas and Linda C. Cendales

Section 8 Pediatric Transplant

111 An Introduction to Pediatric Organ Transplantation
Allan D. Kirk and Steven B. Webber

112 Develomental Immunology: From Birth to Adult
Simon Urschel and Lori J. West

113 Pediatric Transplant: Kidney
Bill Harmon

114 Pediatric Transplant: Liver
John C. Bucuvalas and Sandy Feng

115 Pediatric Transplant: Heart
Steven B. Webber

116 Pediatric Transplant: Lung
Stuart C. Sweet and Albert Faro

117 Pediatric Transplant: Intestinal and MultivisceralTransplant
Douglas G. Farmer

Special Pediatric Considerations

118 Growth and Development After Organ Transplantation
Franz Schaefer

119 Cognitive Development and Functional Outcomes
Estella M. Alonso, Saeed Mohammad and Lisa G. Sorensen

120 Nonadherence, Psychosocial Adaptation and Its Effects inPediatric Transplantation
Robert Ettenger and Margaret L. Stuber

121 Management of the Recipient in the Transition from Pediatricto Adult Care
Sandi Amaral and Lorraine E. Bell

Section 9 Transplant Administration

122 Transplant Coordination
Dianne LaPointe Rudow

123 The Transplant Pharmacy
Christin C. Rogers, Nicole A. Pilch, Eric M. Tichy, Lonnie D.Smith, David J. Taber and Rita R. Alloway

124 Inpatient Transplant Unit Management
Linda Ohler, Margaret J. Schaeffer, Kelly Carter and Donna B.George

125 Transplant Clinic Management
Elizabeth A. Kallenborn, Chris Shay-Downer, Kathy Schwab andShelley Zomak

126 Transplant Center Management and Leadership – A Casefor Structured Intrapreneurship
Luke Preczewski, Gwen McNatt and Michael Abecassis

127 Transplant Quality Programs
Christian Morath, Peter Schemmer and Martin G. Zeier

128 National and International Transplant Management andOversight
Jeremy Chapman, Virginia A. McBride, Esther-Marie Carmichael andLinda Ohler

Transplant Education

129 Abdominal Solid Organ Transplantation FellowshipTraining
Rachel C. Forbes and Mitchell L. Henry

130 Medical Solid Organ Transplant Fellowship
Deirdre Sawinski and Roy D. Bloom

131 Transplantation in General Medical Education
Douglas J. Norman and Rowena de los Santos

Section 10 Clinical Trials & Data Management

132 Building and Sustaining a Local Data ManagementProgram
Regina Eady, Tim Morris, Marc J. Overcash and JeffWeaver

133 National Transplant Data Registries and PopulationStudies
Allan Massie and Dorry L. Segev

134 Clinical Research Methods and Analysis in OrganTransplantation
Jesse D. Schold and S. Joseph Kim

135 Comparative Effectiveness in Transplant
Edward A. Meister and Bruce Kaplan

Section 11 Transplant Policy

Transplant Ethics

136 Transplant Ethics for Clinicians
Richard N. Formica Jr. and Francis L. Delmonico

137 Organ Allocation
Richard S. Luskin and Alexandra K. Glazier

138 Living Donation
Alice Peng and Andrew Klein

139 Cultural Variations
Chris J. Callaghan and J. Andrew Bradley

Economic and Societal Impact of Transplantation andTransplant Policy

140 Federal and Private Insurance Coverage for TransplantPolicy
Timothy L. Pruett

141 Drug Development in Solid Organ Transplantation and theApproval Process for Transplant Immunosuppressants
Candace Wang, J. Mark Hexham, Alan Slade, Peter Heining, RonaldVan Valen, Guido Junge and Marc I. Lorber

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