2 edition of Psychosocial aspects of liver transplantation in children found in the catalog.
Psychosocial aspects of liver transplantation in children
Children"s Liver Disease Foundation.
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Liver transplantation or hepatic transplantation is the replacement of a diseased liver with the healthy liver from another person ().Liver transplantation is a treatment option for end-stage liver disease and acute liver failure, although availability of donor organs is a major most common technique is orthotopic transplantation, in which the native liver is removed and ICDCM: In addition, future studies should look at the psychosocial and psychiatric consequences of organ transplantation for spouses, children, and parents of organ transplant by: 3.
Legal and Psychosocial Aspects Expanding the European Platform This book is based on the International Congress ‘Ethical, Legal, and Psychosocial Aspects of Transplantation. Glob-al Issues, Local Solutions’ (Rotterdam, The Netherlands, April ). The contributions are an overview of current issues in the field of transplantation ethics. Kidney Transplantation in Children Eileen W. Tsai, Pornpimol Rianthavorn, and Robert B. Ettenger Psychiatric Aspects of Kidney Transplantation Itai Danovitch Ethical and Policy Issues in Organ Transplantation Jeffrey P. Kahn Nutrition in the Kidney Transplant Recipient Susan Weil Psychosocial and Financial Aspects of /5(23).
Surgery of the Liver, Bile-Ducts and Pancreas in Children, Second Edition by Edward R Howard, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). A growing number of children with cystic fibrosis are undergoing transplantation either for liver disease alone or as a part of combined lung‐liver transplantation. , The outcomes are not dissimilar from those for other indications for pediatric LT with a 5‐year survival rate of approximately 85%, although there are more late Cited by:
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The assessment of donors also needs to be emphasized. All the liver transplant units should have a psychiatrist/mental health professional as a part of the transplant team who should work with the patient, the donor and the family of both to address the psychiatric and psychosocial issues arising in the context of liver by: In seven concise, beautifully organized, and clearly written chapters, they explore important aspects of alcoholic liver disease as it relates to liver transplantation, including diagnostic difficulties, psychiatric assessment, medical assessment, peri-transplant management, psychiatric follow-up, and the ethics of liver transplantation in alcoholics.a tightly knit and practical guidebook that can be read Cited by: Th is book takes an integrated, evidence-based approach the psychiatricaspects of organ transplantation.
Unlike any other text currently on the market, this title presents the core principles of transplant psychiatry through an organ-based structure that includes the heart, lungs, liver, GI organs, kidney, composite tissue, and other key areas of : Hardcover.
To assess psychosocial functioning of child and parents, from series of children who underwent renal or liver transplantation.
Methods Sixty-four liver or kidney transplanted children and their parents were evaluated using a standardized questionnaire (Behavioural Assessment System for Children—BASC).Cited by: 7.
Nutritional Aspects of Pediatric Liver Transplantation IV. Special Considerations in Patient Evaluation Ethical Decisions in Liver Transplantation Psychosocial Assessment of Adult Liver Transplant Recipients Pretransplantation Evaluation: Pulmonary, Cardiac, and Renal Pediatric end‐stage liver disease (PELD) score is used to prioritize organ allocation in children liver disease (MELD) score is used for those >12 years, similar to adults.
Growth and development as well as psychosocial aspects require special attention in children Author: Nanda Kerkar. Medical audit needs to encompass physical, psychological and social aspects to patient functioning.
The aim of this paper is to review the psychosocial impact of liver transplantation on children and their families. Evidence suggests that end stage liver diseases are Cited by: Description: This book is the first to provide balanced examination of both pediatric liver disease and liver transplantation – two topics that are inherently related, given that most chronic liver disorders eventually require organ replacement.
The different forms of liver disease encountered in the pediatric age group are first discussed in a series of disease-specific chapters that have a reader-friendly, uniform structure covering pathophysiology.
[Need and utilization of psychosocial care after liver transplantation]. Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. ;57(5)– German. Engle D. Psychosocial aspects of the organ transplant experience: what has been established and what we need for the future.
J Clin Psychol. ;57(4)– Psychosocial Issues in Transplantation Kay Kendall, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW, CCTSW Kim Ansley, MSW, LSW Melissa Skillman, MSW, LISW-S I. INTRODUCTION A. Psychosocial assessments have been an integral component of evaluations of patients for solid organ transplantation since the inception of these programs over 30 years ago.
Despite evolution of the medical and psychosocial criteria for. Liver transplantation requires assessment of several aspects unrelated to the severity of a patient's liver condition. Several of these are interdependent and can be of sufficient significance to. [1,2,3,4] In the largest study to date, Levenson and Olbrisch found that for many psychosocial factors, there was a high degree of variability across different types of transplant.
This book takes an integrated, evidence-based approach teaching students and updating practicing physicians about the psychosocial care of transplant patients. Unlike any other text currently on the market, this title presents the core principles of transplant psychiatry through an organ-based structure that includes the heart, lungs, liver, GI.
Provides an in-depth understanding of all aspects of pediatric liver transplantation, ideal for pediatric hepatologists, pediatric transplant surgeons, and others on the pediatric transplant team. Covers all surgical techniques in detail, including split graft, living related, auxiliary, and domino.
It is one of the few books combining all the relevant clinical aspects of the continuously growing knowledge on liver transplantation, a special setting where the coexistence of multidisciplinary competences and skills is critical to allow optimal results.” Digestive and Liver Disease, October Living donor liver transplantation is an effective line of therapy for patients with end-stage liver disease.
While there are various psychiatric complications that affect donors, only a few studies investigated such complications among Egyptian living donors. The study showed psychiatric morbidity in 15% of donors, especially anxiety disorders and major : Mahmoud El-Meteini, Eman Shorub, Dalia Abdel Moneim Mahmoud, Hussein Elkholy, Ahmed El-Missiry, Reem.
This book is based on the International Congress Ethical, Legal, and Psychosocial Aspects of Transplantation. Global Issues, Local Solutions (Rotterdam, The Netherlands, April ). The contributions are an overview of current issues in the field of transplantation ethics.
Abstract. Limb transplantation represents a therapeutic option for individuals typically suffering from a traumatic limb loss. Patients interested in this treatment option usually have tried prostheses in the past and may have ongoing body image issues, have the desire for sensation, and have significant functional impairments, especially those with bilateral limb : Martin Kumnig, Sheila G.
Jowsey-Gregoire. In addition, the psychosocial aspects of these children's lives have improved,33 More than half of the children returned to age-appropriate school grades after transplantation, and another 25% Cited by: 5.
In book: Psychosocial Care of End-Stage Organ Disease and Transplant Patients (pp) Kathy L Coffman Request the chapter directly from the author on ResearchGate.
Surgery of the Liver, Bile Ducts and Pancreas in Children, Third Edition describes the modern approach to the diagnosis, management and surgery of childhood conditions of the liver and associated structures.
The first edition was recognized worldwide as a landmark publication and helped to establish pediatric hepatobiliary surgery as a discrete subspecialty; the second was expanded to Author: Mark Davenport, Nigel Heaton, Riccardo A Superina. Pre-transplant assessment.
Pre-transplant evaluation is used to identify psychiatric illnesses and psychological problems in the patients, 53,54 and provides an opportunity to intervene and manage them effectively. This evaluation is a part of the preparatory stage for consideration of liver transplantation.Introduction.
In modern transplantation medicine the preoperative psychological evaluation of transplant patients is equally important as the medical assessment in determining patients’ eligibility for solid organ or reconstructive transplantation.
1,2 It is widely accepted that several psychosocial and medical risk factors place transplant patients at higher risk for non-adherence and.