Anesthesia and liver transplantation

  • J.L. K
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Anesthesia for liver transplantation is an evolving area. A more complete understanding of the hemodynamics, coagulation profile, fluid management, and other important perioperative considerations has helped make anesthesia for liver transplantation more successful. Intraoperative interventions to control blood loss and the intraoperative induction of immunosuppressive therapy have also received recent attention.

Author-supplied keywords

  • *OKT 3/pk [Pharmacokinetics]
  • *anesthesia induction
  • *liver transplantation
  • *tranexamic acid/do [Drug Dose]
  • *tranexamic acid/dt [Drug Therapy]
  • bleeding/co [Complication]
  • bleeding/dt [Drug Therapy]
  • bleeding/pc [Prevention]
  • cardiovascular disease/di [Diagnosis]
  • disease association
  • hematologic disease/di [Diagnosis]
  • human
  • human tissue
  • immunosuppressive treatment
  • kidney disease/di [Diagnosis]
  • liver failure/su [Surgery]
  • maintenance therapy
  • metabolic disorder/di [Diagnosis]
  • neurologic disease/di [Diagnosis]
  • nutritional status
  • preoperative evaluation
  • respiratory tract disease/di [Diagnosis]
  • review
  • surgical technique

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  • Kutt J.L.

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