Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. The Infant or Child as Transplant Candidate

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Michael F. Cellucci, J. Carlton Gartner Jr.
      Pages 13-21
    3. Dana Mannino, Shylah Haldeman, Cathy C. McAdams
      Pages 31-53
    4. Beverly S. Shreve
      Pages 73-81
    5. Michael A. McCulloch, Ryan R. Davies
      Pages 105-115
    6. Anjani K. Ravindra, Jonathan E. Spahr, Geoffrey Kurland
      Pages 117-128
  3. Transplant Considerations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 129-129
    2. Peter G. Fuhr, Matthew S. Wilder, Alan R. Bielsky
      Pages 139-147
    3. David M. Newland, Thomas L. Nemeth
      Pages 149-182
    4. Alan Salas, Nicholas Slamon
      Pages 183-190
    5. Ranna A. Rozenfeld, Z. Leah Harris
      Pages 191-204
    6. Aki Tanimoto, Shankar Rajeswaran, Stanley Kim, Jared R. Green
      Pages 205-218
  4. The Infant or Child After Transplantation

  5. Pediatric Kidney Transplantation

  6. Pediatric Liver Transplantation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 441-441
    2. Mar Miserachs, Vicky Lee Ng
      Pages 453-462
    3. Evelyn Hsu, Jorge Reyes
      Pages 463-470
    4. Angela Lorts, Lara Danziger-Isakov, Kathleen Campbell
      Pages 471-483
    5. Armando Ganoza, Stuart Goldstein, James Squires, George Mazariegos
      Pages 485-504
    6. Emily M. Fredericks, John C. Bucuvalas
      Pages 505-520
    7. Shannon L. Cramm, Michael J. Englesbe, John C. Magee
      Pages 521-531
    8. Rebecka L. Meyers, Jean de Ville de Goyet, Greg M. Tiao
      Pages 533-554
  7. Pediatric Intestinal and Multi-visceral Organ Transplantation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 555-555
    2. Geoffrey Bond, Kyle Soltys, Armando Ganoza, Rakesh Sindhi, George Mazariegos
      Pages 589-609

About this book


A new textbook of transplantation for infants and children is needed that is at least a first effort at achieving standard work in this field. Solid Organ Transplantation in Infants and Children provides a broad view of the current practice of solid organ transplantation in pediatric patients. It focuses on best practice and measureable outcomes whenever possible. It provides direct guidance for standard work in this broad and young field of clinical work. It portrays the regulatory environment in which this work occurs and the specific program requirements for each clinical program. Organized in two volumes, the first volume is devoted to the pediatric patient and their particular needs or concerns. This volume also contains information on the regulatory environment and pediatric program specific requirements. The second volume is devoted to the standard work in each solid organ transplanted. These volumes will be very useful for every practicing pediatric transplant program in the United States and Canada and much of the developed world. By reading these volumes, the reader will gain a firm understanding and practical knowledge of standard work in solid organ transplantation and the regulatory environment and requirements of programs to do that work.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Stephen P. Dunn
    • 1
  • Simon Horslen
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of SurgeryJefferson Medical CollegeWilmingtonUSA
  2. 2.Division of GastroenterologySeattle Children’s HospitalSeattleUSA

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