Ex vivo lung perfusion allows for more aggressive lung procurement, more transplantations performed and ultimately, more lives saved.
Probe-based confocal light endomicroscopy offers real-time microscopic images of lung parenchyma without the traditional biopsy risks.
Changes to the U.S. organ allocation system may increase lung transplant rates by increasing access to organs.
The use of 3-D printing is still in its infancy, but the technology is already revolutionizing medicine. See how Cleveland Clinic has been using 3-D printing for liver resection, heart surgery and more.
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The director of Cleveland Clinic Children’s cystic fibrosis program opines on the merits and pitfalls of newborn screening, when to refer and the benefits of teaming with adult-care specialists.
About a third of pediatric transplant recipients at Cleveland Clinic undergo post-transplant rehabilitation. While goals and techniques are similar to those in adults, a pediatric-tailored approach makes a big difference.
Cleveland Clinic is poised to launch the first U.S. study in which human liver transplant patients receive donor livers preserved using normothermic ex vivo perfusion.
Cleveland Clinic transplant experts explain changes to donor kidney and lung allocation and what your patients should know.
An investigation confirms suspicions into the association between pre-transplant pulmonary artery pressure and acute kidney injury following lung transplant