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1969 185
1970 58
1971 257
1972 147
1973 348
1974 99
1975 114
1976 142
1977 428
1978 186
1979 506
1980 205
1981 462
1982 117
1983 119
1984 259
1985 162
1986 137
1987 1569
1988 1012
1989 1606
1990 1077
1991 1361
1992 1440
1993 1439
1994 1667
1995 1497
1996 1544
1997 1587
1998 1687
1999 1465
2000 1219
2001 1621
2002 1265
2003 1157
2004 1078
2005 1386
2006 1027
2007 893
2008 1015
2009 1061
2010 1067
2011 875
2012 823
2013 827
2014 812
2015 663
2016 730
2017 490
2018 909
2019 748
2020 124
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31548076
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31307772
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31590964
Post-Kidney-Transplant Diabetes: Evaluation of Risk Factors.
Cascais de Sá D, et al. Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31155199
We excluded patients with a previous diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and identified 61 patients with post-transplant diabetes mellitus (10.6%), then compared them to a control group of 61 patients who did not suffer from the disease, namely the kidney transplant pair or the patient submitted for transplant immediately after. ...CONCLUSION: A high plasma glucose level on the fifth day after the transplant and a high body mass index in the setting of the transplant can potentially impact the transplant's outcomes, so it is important to identify these levels as soon as possible to take measures to prevent this disease....
We excluded patients with a previous diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and identified 61 patients with post-transplant diabetes mellitus …
Impact of Enterococcal Bacteremia in Liver Transplant Recipients.
Kim YJ, et al. Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31493916
Most cases of enterococcal bacteremia (46/58, 79.3%) occurred within 6 months after transplant; among the 26 cases of VRE bacteremia, 50% occurred within 1 month after transplant. ...CONCLUSION: In this study, enterococcal bacteremia showed high incidence in liver transplant recipients, especially with vancomycin resistance, occurred in early period after transplant, and was associated with increased mortality. ...
Most cases of enterococcal bacteremia (46/58, 79.3%) occurred within 6 months after transplant; among the 26 cases of VRE bacteremia, …
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31619341
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Kim SI and Yun IJ. Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31563239
Pregnancy After Liver Transplant: Neonatal Outcomes and Long-Term Maternal Follow-up.
Nure E, et al. Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31627912
This study analyzes pregnancy outcomes in women with a liver transplant managed at Policlinico Universitario "A.Gemelli." RESULTS: We identified 17 childbirths in 13 women who had undergone a liver transplant. Causes of transplant include congenital or acquired disorders. The mean age at transplant was 22 ± 9 years, mean maternal age at delivery was 33 ± 5 years, and transplant-to-pregnancy interval was 12 ± 6 years. ...
This study analyzes pregnancy outcomes in women with a liver transplant managed at Policlinico Universitario "A.Gemelli." RESULTS: We …
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31735324
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[No authors listed] Transplant Proc 2019. PMID 31711713 Free article.
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