Liver And Intestine Transplant

A liver-intestine transplant involves not only the small intestine but also the liver. This is the best option when a child has considerable or irreparable liver damage in addition to persistent intestinal failure, which most frequently results with intravenous nourishment. A life-improving procedure known as an intestinal transplant replaces a failing intestine with an intestine from a deceased donor. Short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure can be treated with an intestine transplant (small bowel transplant), which can save lives. It benefits those who might not be able to get total parenteral nutrition (TPN), or liquid nutrition administered intravenously. Any patient with a permanent intestinal failure who is reliant on TPN for nutrition is a candidate for small bowel transplantation. maintaining normal growth and development, hydration and electrolyte balance, and nutrition

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