Pediatric transplant cardiologist says it’s time to rethink assumptions about traditional approaches used to match donor-recipient hearts for transplant.
Check out this recap of our latest volume and outcomes data across these subspecialty areas.
A recent study uncovered risk factors for venous thromboembolism among patients with multiple myeloma post autologous hematopoietic cell transplant.
Quick thinking and a novel strategy allowed a Cleveland Clinic care team to sidestep heart transplant in an infant with significant myocardial ischemia.
New research on lung transplant donors and recipients revealed that socioeconomic position and geographic location did not account for the majority of differences in post-transplant outcomes seen among racial and ethnic groups.
Learn more about the anterior rectus sheath approach and why kidney transplant surgeons at Cleveland Clinic are using it in nearly 90% of cases.
Laparoscopic living donor hepatectomy (LDH) with a left-lobe graft (LLG) for living donor liver transplantation (LDLT) is beneficial for both donors and recipients —findings that could influence the liver transplant landscape.
Pediatric cardiologist Gerald Boyle, MD, discusses a complex case involving a young patient with concurrent congenital heart defects and eventual heart transplant.
A young man with biventricular dysfunction and severe malperfusion to multiple organs is put on ECMO and Impella support. Despite Impella malfunction and subsequent stroke, he recovered to undergo heart-kidney transplant.
Cleveland Clinic Florida’s heart transplant team adopts new, leaner immunosuppression protocol