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ISN-TTS Webinar: Grand Rounds in Transplant Nephrology
10719.1 - Grand Rounds in Transplant Nephrology – an ISN-TTS Sister Transplant Centres Initiative: Approach on How to Work up a Kidney Transplant Candidate with Multiple Co-morbidities
Presenter: Fritz Diekmann, Maria Theresa Bad-ang, Jamailah Macabanding, Robert Freercks, , , Authors: Fritz Diekmann, Maria Theresa Bad-ang, Jamailah Macabanding, Robert Freercks
This case involves a 56-year-old male with Ankylosing Spondylitis, developing Chronic Kidney Disease due to chronic NSAID use. Comorbidities include hypertension, gouty arthritis, and nephrolithiasis. Despite being on hemodialysis, he pursued a kidney transplant. Complications during transplant evaluation led to the deferral of the procedure and discontinuation of immunosuppression. Subsequent challenges included septic shock, anaphylactic reactions, severe anemia, and thrombocytopenia, requiring multiple interventions. Postponed transplantation, COVID-19, and a catheter-related bloodstream infection further complicated the patient’s journey. Despite setbacks, he resumed the transplant workup, highlighting the intricate management required in navigating complex medical conditions.
To discuss a case of kidney transplant candidate who has several co-morbidities.
To discuss the approach to the work-up of a kidney transplant patient.
To evaluate the specific transplantation risk factor related to organ system disease of a transplant candidate.
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Kidney Transplantation in Adults: HLA-incompatible Transplantation Interpreting Anti-HLA Antibody Testing Data: A Practical Guide for Physicians.
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