移植レポート : オープンアクセス


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Advancements in Transplant Surgery: Improving Graft Survival and Patient Outcomes

Serrano S

Background: Organ transplantation has revolutionized medical practice, offering a lifeline to patients suffering from end-stage organ failure. Over the years, transplant surgery has witnessed significant advancements, driven by innovations in surgical techniques, immunosuppressive therapies, and organ preservation methods. This review explores recent developments in transplant surgery, with a focus on improving graft survival and enhancing patient outcomes. It examines key elements such as organ procurement, surgical procedures, postoperative care, and the integration of cutting-edge technologies in the transplantation process. The integration of precision medicine and personalized immunosuppression regimens has shown promise in minimizing rejection episodes and improving longterm graft survival. Innovations in organ preservation methods, including normothermic perfusion, have extended the viability of donor organs, expanding the pool of available organs for transplantation. This review underscores the continuous evolution of transplant surgery, emphasizing the interdisciplinary collaboration that drives progress in the field. As we delve into an era of precision medicine, the optimization of surgical techniques, coupled with individualized patient care, holds the key to further enhancing the success of transplant surgeries. By addressing challenges such as organ shortage and rejection, transplant surgery continues to advance, offering hope for improved patient outcomes and quality of life. This paper contributes to the current body of knowledge by providing a comprehensive overview of recent advancements in transplant surgery. It not only highlights the strides made in the field but also identifies potential areas for future research and innovation.