Strategies to Achieve Long-Term Success of Lung Transplantation

Posted On 2020-05-20 03:17:17


To produce this series of Annals of Translational Medicine titled “Strategies to achieve long-term success of lung transplantation”, world experts in the field have generated comprehensive review articles in each specific area.

Editorial on Strategies to Achieve Long-Term Success of Lung Transplantation
Preface: strategies to achieve long-term success of lung transplantation
Masaaki Sato, Dong Tian

Original Article on Strategies to Achieve Long-Term Success of Lung Transplantation
Rat lung transplantation model: modifications of the cuff technique
Dong Tian, Haruhiko Shiiya, Masaaki Sato, Jun Nakajima

Review Article on Strategies to Achieve Long-Term Success of Lung Transplantation
Timing it right: the challenge of recipient selection for lung transplantation
Henry W. Ainge-Allen, Allan R. Glanville

Immunosuppressive strategies in lung transplantation
Paul A. Chung, Daniel F. Dilling

Surveillance for acute cellular rejection after lung transplantation
Mark Greer, Christopher Werlein, Danny Jonigk

Antibody-mediated rejection after lung transplantation
Amit I. Bery, Ramsey R. Hachem

The role of innate immunity in the long-term outcome of lung transplantation
Mitsuaki Kawashima, Stephen C. Juvet

Management and prophylaxis of bacterial and mycobacterial infections among lung transplant recipients
Koh Okamoto, Carlos A. Q. Santos

Infection prophylaxis and management of fungal infections in lung transplant
Armelle Pérez-Cortés Villalobos, Shahid Husain

Infection prophylaxis and management of viral infection
Emily S. Clausen, Lorenzo Zaffiri

Malignancy after lung transplantation
Osnat Shtraichman, Vivek N. Ahya

An update on chronic lung allograft dysfunction
Sakhee Kotecha, Miranda A. Paraskeva, Kovi Levin, Gregory I. Snell

Bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome and restrictive allograft syndrome after lung transplantation: why are there two distinct forms of chronic lung allograft dysfunction?
Masaaki Sato