Living donor kidney transplantation has increased significantly in the UK in recent years Many candidates for kidney transplant have family members or friends who are willing to donate but it is estimated that around one third of such offers must be declined because of ABO blood group incompatibility or human leukocyte antigen (HLA) sensitisation of the recipient Previously in the UK, legal framework limited LD transplantation to donor-recipient pairs who were genetically related or had a strong emotional connection. A change in UK legislation in 2006 has allowed the development of paired donation schemes and altruistic non-directed donation. This presentation describes the UK scheme and its results to date.
over 9 years ago
Look at the pathophysiology of urinary stress incontinence briefly. Studying the different surgical techniques available and on what basis they were established. A brief look at future treatment options. Thank You
about 8 years ago
Renal Pi excretion is the balance between free glomerular filtration and regulated tubular reabsorption. Under normal physiological conditions, ;80–90% of filtered load is reabsorbed; renal tubular reabsorption occurs primarily in proximal tubules, with higher rates at early segments (S1/S2 vs. S3) and in deep nephrons
over 7 years ago