Open Access Transplantation Research Journals|OMICS International|Transplantation Technologies And Research

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Open Access Transplantation Research Journals

Open access transplantation research journals are the academic journals which will publish articles on different types of transplantation. These open access transplantation research journals will provide information to the readers for free of cost. There are different types of transplantations, which include liver transplantation, lung transplantation, etc. Liver transplantation is probably one of the most challenging surgical procedures a surgeon can face. Liver transplantation is a well-accepted therapeutic option for patients with end-stage liver diseases. Alcohol is one of the major causes for liver disease. Liver Transplantation for Hepatocellular Carcinoma in patients with cirrhosis is identified as the best therapeutic approach. Hepatocellular carcinoma is a common solid tumor. The only curative treatment options for hepatocellular carcinoma are liver resection and liver transplantation in now a day. Bleeding esophageal varices in cirrhosis have been considered an indication for liver transplantation by some respected liver transplantation programs. Liver transplantation has become a common procedure at many major medical centers, as improvements in surgical technique and transfusion strategies have reduced blood loss associated with liver transplantation. However, recipients undergoing liver transplantation require varying amounts of blood products due to the haemostatic changes related to severity of the end stage hepatic dysfunction, collateral circulation and portal hypertension. The procedure still carries a risk of excessive blood loss that is associated with a high risk of mortality and morbidity. Blood loss during liver surgery is a most complex issue affected not only by the clotting reserve but also by operative methods and presence of other factors like portal hypertension which may play a vital role in the bleeding tendency of the patients. (Earla P (2014) Transplantation: Unbelievable Evolution and an Amazing Gift to Human Population. J Transplant Technol Res 4: R1-001.)
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Last date updated on June, 2021