Where did the first heart transplant take place?
The first heart transplant took place in South Africa
Why when a person is first diagonosed with kidney failure they are put on dialysis first rather than a transplant?
The first organ transplant took place on the 17th June 1950 at the Little Company of Mary Hospital Chicago America. The organ was a kidney taken from a woman who had died from liver disease. The kidney was transplanted into a 49 year old called Ruth Tucker who was suffering from poly-cystic kidneys.
In this book a boy names Cameron need to get a transplant for his heart because it is very weak and he is intrudusted to his doctor but he finds out that there is not enough donors for the transplant to praceed so he has to take a heart from a PIG ....and becomes the pig hearted boy....=) Thank You.......By M.p
If you need a heart transplant, you will be in the list to have one. If you choose not to have a transplant, you will be on medications that will just try to ease off the symptoms that you are having. You will not have medications that will cure your condition but just buy time and make you go on each day until your heart can not take it anymore. The reason why you need…
thankyou above man. the actual answer is this: A heart valve has saved my life. One disadvantage of a mechanical valve is that you have to take a coumadin/warfarin drug to prevent clots on the valve - however the mechanical valves tend to last longer than others (you may not need surgery as soon as if you had another one) A full heart transplant will first require the availability of a heart - someone else…
After his heart transplant, he was given special medicine to prevent rejection, these drugs are to be taken daily in order for attenuation to take place and to attenuate the immune response and to keep the body from rejecting its new heart. Installing this new piece of equipment will let through the lower frequencies, therefore achieving attenuation.
Heart transplants are carried out on those who have heart failure (which is when the function of the heart declines to the extent that death is otherwise inevitable). (It is worth noting that heart failure is different to a "cardiac arrest/heart attack", which are sudden in nature and normally due to a blockage in the blood vessels around the heart.). If a heart transplant is successful, it can give a patient another 10-20 years of…
What you should do is try to forget about him, if he truly loves you he wouldn't have broken your heart in the first place. Take time to focus on yourself,find someone who loves you and would do anything for you. Every time you think about how much you still love him think about how he broke your heart.