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Guidelines for Liver Transplantation

Recipient’s evaluation:

  • Patients must carry a prescription or a letter from his physician/ gastroenterologist / hepatologist that suggests a Liver Transplant as the treatment of his liver disease. As we wish that you should stay under the care of your physician once you go back, this is important for us.
  • Other

  • Urine protein creatinine ratio and Urine routine/microscopy
  • Anti HCV, HIV I & II, Liver Function Tests (LFT), P time / INR, Urea ,Creatinine, CBC / Hemogram, Sodium , Potassium, AFP, HbsAg
  • Triple phase CT angiography of the liver (Patients with normal ceratinine levels, urea and no contrast allergy can get this test done safely)
  • Your Medical Summary prepared by your doctor carrying information about your past medical history / symptoms.
  • Recent Upper GI endoscopy report
  • Nevertheless, once the patient reaches the preferred hospital in India.The liver transplant candidate would be examined again and would have to undergo certain other essential tests such as ABG, PA pressure measurements, PFT, Stress Echo for checking his fitness before undergoing the transplant surgery.

  • Tectonic/reconstructive: To preserve corneal anatomy and integrity in patients with stromal thinning and descemetoceles, or to reconstruct the anatomy of the eye, e.g. after corneal perforation.
  • Liver

    Medical uses

  • Optical: To improve visual acuity by replacing the opaque or distorted host tissue by clear healthy donor tissue. The most common indication in this category is pseudophakic bullous keratopathy, followed by keratoconus, corneal degeneration, keratoglobus and dystrophy, as well as scarring due to keratitis and trauma.
  • Therapeutic: To remove inflamed corneal tissue unresponsive to treatment by antibiotics or anti-virals.
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