Abstract Submission is Closed
Approaches to assess and/or intervene in potential transplant recipients at increased risk due to obesity, malnutrition, frailty, smoking, excessive use of alcohol or illegal drugs
Describe the process and potential benefits of developing centers with specialized expertise in transplanting and caring for increased risk or complex patients such as those requiring desensitization or those with comorbid conditions such as HIV or hepatitis C infection, frailty, malnutrition, diabetes, etc.
Report the development, implementation, or clinical utility of assays or diagnostics to risk stratify transplant recipients or guide decisions about the management of immunosuppression
Describe the development, implementation, and outcomes of developing personalized approaches to care delivery following transplantation
Describe approaches to optimize organ acceptance criteria that take into account unique clinical and biological variables of individuals
Describe how technology may enable real-time, remote monitoring of transplant recipients to facilitate more rapid and personalized interventions
Report how new diagnostics or algorithms in the detection and/or characterization of donor specific antibodies or sensitization to HLA molecules or epitopes can be used to individualize transplant care
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