An Update on Cardiac Transplantation in the United States.
Matthew J. Everly
Clinical Transplants 2014, Chapter 3
Heart transplantation in the United States remains an important option for those with heart failure. Survival rates over the last 25 years have improved with the advent of newer immunosuppressive agents, innovation, and a better understanding of managing risk. However, many patients continue to experience allograft failure after transplantation. Innovations in modalities to reduce acute and chronic rejection are needed to improve the long-term success of heart transplantation.
An Update on Cardiac Transplantation in the United States
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