Dual-organ transplantations are increasingly common as surgeons go beyond conventional donors to include expanded criteria (ECD) and deceased-donors after cardiac death (DCD). This presentation reviews the scientific basis for dual-organ transplantations including the data suggesting longer organ function.

Estimated Time to View: 30 minutes
Target Audience: Fellows, Faculty, NP’s, PA’s
Author: Tejas Desai, MD
Author Type: Faculty
Date Created: 10/17/07
Revisions: 2010
Disclaimers: None
Resource Type: PowerPoint Slides; no audio
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