Two books on Transplatation

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Organ Transplantation
Paperback: 618 pages
Publisher: Landes Bioscience; 2nd edition (November 2003)
Language: English
ISBN: 1570596751
Author: Frank P. Stuart (Editor)
Format: PDF

Book Description
Organ Transplantation is a title in the Vademecum series, comprehensive, portable handbooks on medical and surgical topics for physicians-in-training. The book covers kidney, pancreas, liver, heart and lung transplantation, transplantation immunology, immunosuppression, and the diagnosis and treatment of complications. There are 17 chapters, 16 essays and 51 contributors. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Book Info
Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL. Pocket-sized manual for students, residents, and practitioners; addressing immunologic concepts, immunosuppression, organ allocation in the U.S., organ procurement organizations, transplantation, anesthesia for organ transplantation, medical problems and complications, and more. Previous edition: c2000

Transplantation Drug Manual
Spiral-bound: 146 pages
Publisher: Landes Bioscience; 4th Spiral edition (November 15, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN: 1570596786
Author: John Pirsch, William D. Simmons, Hans, M.D. Sollinger
Format: PDF

Book Description
This is the third edition of this portable guide to the administration of medications to transplant patients with kidney, liver and cardiovascular alterations that affect dose regulation. Over 100 drugs are described in tabular form. It is designed as a bedside resource for medical and surgical residents, medical students, and transplant nurses and for physicians and nurses responsible for the long-term management of transplant patients.

94 tables

Partial Contents:
Immunosuppression, Antimicrobials, Cardiovascular Agents, Antiosteoporosis Agents, Antiplatelet Agents, Diabetes Agents, Ulcer Prophylaxis and Treatment, Diuretics, and Other Concomitant Agents

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