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2014 - World Transplant Congress (San Francisco)

Pre-Meeting - Clinical Transplant Update - Breakout #3 - Heart
26 July 2014  /  13:00 - 17:00

Antibody Mediated Rejection in Heart Transplantation

Presenter: A.G. Kfoury, , United States

- Antibody Mediated Rejection in Heart Transplantation

Presenter: A.G. Kfoury, , United States

Approach to Coronary Allograft Vasculopathy in 2014

Presenter: Randall Starling, Cleveland, United States

- Approach to Coronary Allograft Vasculopathy in 2014

Presenter: Randall Starling, Cleveland, United States

Desensitization Strategies in Heart Transplant Recipients

Presenter: Maria Crespo-Leiro, , Spain

- Desensitization Strategies in Heart Transplant Recipients

Presenter: Maria Crespo-Leiro, , Spain

Pre-Meeting - Clinical Transplant Update - Breakout #4 - Liver - Who Should be Transplanted First?
26 July 2014  /  13:00 - 14:50

Pediatric Allocation - Are We Doing the Right Thing? (Should we "Blow up PELD" Considering that >50% of Children are Transplanted with Exception Points? What are Other Countries Doing?)

Presenter: Simon Horslen, Seattle, United States

- Pediatric Allocation - Are We Doing the Right Thing? (Should we "Blow up PELD" Considering that >50% of Children are Transplanted with Exception Points? What are Other Countries Doing?)

Presenter: Simon Horslen, Seattle, United States

HCC and Transplantation - Alternative Treatment and Allocation Strategies (Explore New HCC Allocation Proposals as well as Alternative Treatment Strategy Outcomes - Perhaps Better Outcomes than OLT with Current Ablative or Surgical Therapies?)

Presenter: Julie Heimbach, Rochester, United States

- HCC and Transplantation - Alternative Treatment and Allocation Strategies (Explore New HCC Allocation Proposals as well as Alternative Treatment Strategy Outcomes - Perhaps Better Outcomes than OLT with Current Ablative or Surgical Therapies?)

Presenter: Julie Heimbach, Rochester, United States

Deconstructing Current Distribution Systems: What is Fair? (The OPTN is implementing a “fairness” metric. What Is It and Is It Really Fair? What Are Other Countries Doing That May Be Better?)

Presenter: John Lake, Minneapolis, United States

- Deconstructing Current Distribution Systems: What is Fair? (The OPTN is implementing a “fairness” metric. What Is It and Is It Really Fair? What Are Other Countries Doing That May Be Better?)

Presenter: John Lake, Minneapolis, United States

Pre-Meeting - The Living Donor: Outcomes & Concerns
26 July 2014  /  13:00 - 17:30

Long-Term Outcome for Kidney Donors - the Data

Presenter: Hassan Ibrahim, Minneapolis, United States

- Long-Term Outcome for Kidney Donors - the Data

Presenter: Hassan Ibrahim, Minneapolis, United States

Estimating Long-Term Risk in Donors less then 45 (And Informed Consent)

Presenter: Robert W Steiner, San Diego, United States

- Estimating Long-Term Risk in Donors less then 45 (And Informed Consent)

Presenter: Robert W Steiner, San Diego, United States

Long-Term Outcome for Liver Donors

Presenter: Kyung-Suk Suh, Seoul, Korea

- Long-Term Outcome for Liver Donors

Presenter: Kyung-Suk Suh, Seoul, Korea

Maximizing Living Liver Donation

Presenter: Gary Levy, Toronto, Canada

- Maximizing Living Liver Donation

Presenter: Gary Levy, Toronto, Canada

Difficult Donor Decisions: Liver (Medical)

Presenter: Daniela Ladner, Chicago, United States

- Difficult Donor Decisions: Liver (Medical)

Presenter: Daniela Ladner, Chicago, United States

Difficult Donor Decisions: Psychosocial) Kidney, Liver and KPD

Presenter: Rebecca Hays, Madison, United States

- Difficult Donor Decisions: Psychosocial) Kidney, Liver and KPD

Presenter: Rebecca Hays, Madison, United States

Long-Term Follow-up: Medical

Presenter: Jonas Wadstrom, Stockholm, Sweden

- Long-Term Follow-up: Medical

Presenter: Jonas Wadstrom, Stockholm, Sweden

Long-Term Follow-up: Psychosocial

Presenter: Hassan Ibrahim, Minneapolis, United States

- Long-Term Follow-up: Psychosocial

Presenter: Hassan Ibrahim, Minneapolis, United States

Role of Paired Kidney Donation (PKD) in LDT

Presenter: Dorry Segev, Minneapolis, United States

- Role of Paired Kidney Donation (PKD) in LDT

Presenter: Dorry Segev, Minneapolis, United States

Worst Case Scenario: A Disaster Plan in Case of Donor Death

Presenter: Elizabeth A Pomfret, Burlington, United States

- Worst Case Scenario: A Disaster Plan in Case of Donor Death

Presenter: Elizabeth A Pomfret, Burlington, United States

Pre-Meeting - Clinical Transplant Update - Breakout #4 - Liver - What is the Best Graft for the Best Patient
26 July 2014  /  14:50 - 16:00

Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - West View

Presenter: Jean Emond, New York, United States

- Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - West View

Presenter: Jean Emond, New York, United States

Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - South View

Presenter: Ben Hur Ferraz-Neto, Sao Paulo, Brazil

- Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - South View

Presenter: Ben Hur Ferraz-Neto, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - East View

Presenter: Subash Gupta, New Dehli, India

- Evolving Patterns of LD and DD Use: Views from the East, West and South - East View

Presenter: Subash Gupta, New Dehli, India

DCD Transplantation - Is There a "Best Practice" Stratgegy?

Presenter: Burcin Taner, Jacksonville, United States

- DCD Transplantation - Is There a "Best Practice" Stratgegy?

Presenter: Burcin Taner, Jacksonville, United States

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