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Open Access Transplantation Technology Journals

Open access transplantation technology journals are the academic journals which will publish articles on different types of transplantation. These open access transplantation technology journals will provide information to the readers for free of cost. There are different types of transplantations, which include Kidney and heart transplantations, etc. Kidney transplantation is the treatment of choice for last stage kidney disease. It is a process of transferring new kidneys by replacing previously effected or diseased kidneys. Most common renal abnormality is the Ureteral duplication, where two ureters drain a single kidney. There are many kidney donation programs conducting worldwide and the success of paired kidney donation programs depends on the number of patients involved. The success of kidney transplantation technology has become 95% in one year. Kidney transplantation have become as an effective treatment and serving as a pillar of renal replacement therapy, where as Treatment of heart failure is mostly risk related. But, heart transplantation is the only curative therapy available. The first heart transplant performed in 1967 by using a heart from a DCD donor by Dr. Christiaan Barnard. The donor was a 25-year old female who had been involved in a road traffic accident. Her heart had stopped and Dr. Barnard and his team resuscitated the organ by placing her onto cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB). Four decades later we have employed a similar strategy to resuscitate the heart of a DCD donor 23 minutes after asystole. (Earla P (2014) Transplantation: Unbelievable Evolution and an Amazing Gift to Human Population. J Transplant Technol Res 4: R1-001.)
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