Liver transplantation is a surgery process wherein the diseased liver is removed and replaced with a healthy one. The commonest indication which shows the requirement for a liver transplant is the cirrhosis of the liver. Other indications include liver cancer, acute liver failure of genetic diseases.

 

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Gastrointestinal surgery is a surgical procedure which is done to treat the diseases of the parts of the body involved in digestion. Some of the vital organs which are operated in this form of surgery are esophagus (ee-sof-uh-gus), stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and rectum.

 

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The success of long-term liver transplantation depends on the quality of the management of possible complications. These include surgical complications, opportunistic infections, rejection, and recurrence of the initial disease. The side effects of immunosuppressive drugs - high blood pressure, glucose intolerance and diabetes, dyslipidemia and obesity, kidney failure, osteoporosis, some forms of cancer and anemia - are the focus of attention and special care.

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This transplant is carried out for several reasons: atresia, biliary, active chronic hepatitis, fulminant hepatitis, and terminal cirrhosis with sequelae, metabolic diseases of the liver and liver tumors. The patient will begin immunosuppressive therapy before the operation is carried out, which will continue with a very regular program after the operation.

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Living donor liver transplantation is a surgical procedure in which a healthy individual, usually a consanguineous or unrelated family member donates part of his or her liver to a loved one with chronic liver disease.

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It is now proven that obesity can reduce life expectancy by eight years and take you up to 19 years of good health, because of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Do not forget that drinks that are very sweet for the very young - soda cans, coca, and other tonics - that are consumed regularly, are the first step towards hepatic diseases.

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Chronic kidney disease can have a significant impact on a person's physical and emotional health, as well as his lifestyle.

When the disease is detected early, the person can be helped by a kidney transplant hospital in Delhi to slow down the kidney failure by adapting his lifestyle and taking treatment. However, because this disease causes few symptoms, it is often diagnosed at advanced stages.

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The liver detoxifies and purifies the body by neutralizing harmful substances - day after day, without holidays and holidays. It is instrumental in digestion and serves the organism as a storage medium for trace elements, sugars, and vitamins. In hepatocytes, pollutants and difficult-to-process substances are broken down and passed on to the kidneys and bile for excretion.

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The liver transplantation is now the only treatment that can cure patients with severe chronic disease of the liver, especially cirrhosis of the liver. They have two main causes: alcoholism and hepatitis, hepatitis B and especially today Hepatitis C. Currently alcoholic cirrhosis is the first indicator of liver transplants in France: just under half of the liver transplants are made for alcoholic cirrhosis, twice as much as for cirrhosis due to hepatitis C.

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Indications for kidney transplantation.

The indications for kidney transplantation are the terminal stages of any kidney disease because, unfortunately, regardless of the treatment of the disease and its occurrence, sooner or later a patient with a serious kidney disease comes to dialysis, and then the question arises how to get off dialysis. Either he must remain on dialysis for life because the kidneys do not work, or he tends to transplantation if this is possible for him.

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