移植レポート : オープンアクセス


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Advancements and Challenges in Kidney Transplantation: A Comprehensive Review

Noah S

Kidney transplantation stands as the preferred treatment for end-stage renal disease (ESRD), offering patients a chance at improved quality of life and prolonged survival. This comprehensive review explores the recent advancements and challenges in kidney transplantation, shedding light on critical aspects of donor selection, surgical techniques, immunosuppressive therapies, and post-transplant care. The first section examines the evolution of donor criteria, encompassing innovations such as expanded criteria donors (ECD) and living kidney donation programs. A critical evaluation of the ethical and medical considerations in donor selection is presented, addressing the ongoing debate surrounding organ shortages and the quest for alternative sources. The second part delves into surgical techniques, discussing the emergence of minimally invasive approaches and the role of robotic-assisted surgery in improving patient outcomes. Innovations in organ preservation methods, including hypothermic machine perfusion, are explored, emphasizing their potential to extend the viability of donor organs and optimize transplant success. Immunosuppressive therapies take center stage in the third section, with a focus on personalized medicine approaches and the development of novel agents that aim to balance the delicate equilibrium between preventing rejection and minimizing drug-related complications. The review also highlights the importance of monitoring and managing immunosuppressive drug levels to ensure optimal graft function and patient well-being. The final section addresses the post-transplant period, emphasizing the significance of long-term patient management, including the detection and treatment of complications such as rejection, infections, and cardiovascular issues. The integration of telemedicine and digital health solutions into posttransplant care is explored, offering potential avenues for enhancing patient adherence and monitoring. In conclusion, this review provides a comprehensive overview of the current landscape of kidney transplantation, emphasizing the strides made in donor selection, surgical techniques, immunosuppressive therapies, and post-transplant care. However, challenges such as organ shortages and long-term complications persist, necessitating ongoing research and innovation to further improve transplant outcomes and ensure the continued success of kidney transplantation as a life-saving intervention for patients with ESRD.