#NASPGHAN19 Liver Symposium (Part 4)

Although I was unable to attend this year’s liver symposium at NASPGHAN19, I reviewed the lecture notes.  There is some terrific content.  Here are some of the slides (borrowed with permission from NASPGHAN).

Link to complete NASPGHAN Chronic Liver Disease Symposium 2019

SESSION IV – LIVER TRANSPLANT: PRE- AND POST-TRANSPLANT CONSIDERATIONS

Referring your patient for liver transplantation Shikha S. Sundaram, MD MSCI, FAASLD, Children’s Hospital Colorado

Where will we get our organs from in 2020?  Jean Emond MD, Columbia University Medical College (Slides not available in online handout)

What should I do if my liver transplant patient has elevated liver tests?  Udeme Ekong MD, Georgetown University Hospital

What is a “normal” childhood after liver transplantation? Estella Alonso MD, Ann and Robert H Lurie Children’s Hospital

Disclaimer: NASPGHAN/gutsandgrowth assumes no responsibility for any use or operation of any method, product, instruction, concept or idea contained in the material herein or for any injury or damage to persons or property (whether products liability, negligence or otherwise) resulting from such use or operation. The discussion, views, and recommendations as to medical procedures, choice of drugs and drug dosages herein are the sole responsibility of the authors. Because of rapid advances in the medical sciences, the Society cautions that independent verification should be made of diagnosis and drug dosages. The reader is solely responsible for the conduct of any suggested test or procedure. Some of the slides reproduced in this syllabus contain animation in the power point version. This cannot be seen in the printed version.

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