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Diets and Transplantation
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2018 (Closed) Submit Now
Mohammed Moghadasian, PhD
Professor of Nutrition, Department of Human Nutritional Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Research Interests: Diet; Lipoprotein metabolism; Coronary artery disease; Diet-Drug Interaction; Diets and Transplantation
About This Topic
This issue of the Journal aims to discuss current research and clinical data on the benefits of dietary agents on survival of transplanted organs and tissues. Special attention will be made on the interactions between dietary agents and anti-rejection drugs. Dietary managements of various conditions associated with transplant procedures will also be discussed. Efforts will be made to educate the readers of the importance of the diets in transplant patients in regard to their stage of life cycle. While the main focus of discussion will be on the benefits of dietary agents for prolongation of the life of transplanted organs and tissues, a number of dietary agents and/or diets which may be contraindicated in transplant subjects will be included.
Received: 05 December 2018; Published: 17 July 2019; doi: 10.21926/obm.transplant.1903073
Background: Infants and children undergoing liver transplant require ongoing nutritional evaluation throughout the pre and post-transplant period. The pathophysiologic causes of chronic liver disease and acute liver failure are varied, and each present different and unique nutritional challenges. Methods: A review of the literature and Seattle [...]
Received: 19 October 2018; Published: 19 November 2018; doi: 10.21926/obm.transplant.1804026
Obesity is on the rise and the number of end stage renal disease patients who are obese parallel this trend. There is no universally accepted guideline for wait-listing end stage renal disease obese patients in order to reduce short-term complications and improve long-term survival of the kidney graft. Criteria for acceptance are variable [...]
Early Nutrition during Critical Illness in Pediatric Patients Post-Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
Received: 24 April 2018; Published: 29 October 2018; doi: 10.21926/obm.transplant.1804022
Background: Hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) patients are a high-risk population for poor nutrition and decreased survival. There is little data on how nutrition in pediatric HCT patients affects need for critical care interventions and outcomes. Methods: We hypothesized that patients who did not meet goal nutrition by 72 hours post-admissi [...]
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