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Postoperative Management of the Single Lung Transplant Patient

  • R. C. Daly
  • C. G. A. Mcgregor

Abstract

This chapter will concentrate on the routine postoperative care of the single lung transplant recipient, and will not duplicate topics covered in other chapters, such as immunosuppressive therapy and postoperative complications, except where a specific alternative management philosophy exists.

Keywords

Central Venous Line Transbronchial Biopsy Donor Lung Endotracheal Suction Cardiac Filling Pressure 
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  • R. C. Daly
  • C. G. A. Mcgregor

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