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August 06, 2018

"Hepatitis C (HCV)-infected donors to non-HCV-infected recipients" was recorded at ATC 2018 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Cameron Wolfe, MBBS(Hons), MPH, FIDSA, Duke University Medical Center

August 06, 2018

"My Donor is Infected: Safe to Accept?" was recorded at ATC 2018 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Cameron Wolfe, MBBS(Hons), MPH, FIDSA, Duke University Medical Center

August 06, 2018

"Use of virtual crossmatch in sensitized recipients" was recorded at ATC 2018 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Robert Bray, PhD, D(ABHI), Emory University Hospital

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August 06, 2018

"How to screen and manage BK infection" was recorded at ATC 2018 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Daniel C. Brennan, MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

February 25, 2017

"New UNOS donor heart allocation proposal" was recorded at CEoT 2017 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Maryjane Farr, MD, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center

February 25, 2017

"Desensitization for the patient awaiting organ transplantation - what makes sense" was recorded at CEoT 2017 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Stanley Jordan, MD, FASN, FAST, Cedars Sinai Medical Center

February 25, 2017

"What is the calculated PRA and what are its implications and pitfalls" was recorded at CEoT 2017 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

Speaker: Kathryn Tinckam, MD, MMSc, FRCPC, University Health Network Toronto

June 13, 2016

"Fundamentals of Basic Transplant Immunology" was recorded at ATC 2016 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

After listening, the learner will be able to: 1. Identify the targets of the immune system upon transplantation; 2. Describe the key immune cells and pathways involved in rejection; 3. Explain the different patterns of immunological injury to the allograft.

Speaker: Allan D. Kirk, MD, PhD, FACS, Duke University School of Medicine

June 13, 2016

"Heart Transplant: Surgery and Complications" was recorded at ATC 2016 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

After listening, the learner will be able to: 1. Define donor heart preservation techniques and strategies, 2. Describe the technique of heart transplant surgery, 3. Explain the complications of heart transplant surgery including primary graft dysfunction.

Speaker: David Baran, MD, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital

June 13, 2016

"Liver Transplant: Surgery and Complications" was recorded at ATC 2016 as part of our Transplant in 10 (Tx10) educational series. Visit our Tx10 page to view the corresponding video for this session.

After listening, the learner will be able to: 1. Identify the indications for transplantation, 2. Describe the contraindications and surgical issues in the transplant candidate, 3. Explain the MELD allocation system, MELD exceptions and the use of living and ECD donors.

Speaker: David Foley, MD, FACS, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

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