A woman's brain is transplanted into the head of an animal.
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Everyday doctors perform surgeries that were unheard of only a few years ago. They continue to make advances that improve people's lives. Using surgery as an example, this book challenges kids to think about innovation and how anything is possible.
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Documents the story of the first human heart transplant and the competition between four top surgeons to master the necessary techniques to make heart transplants possible, in an account that describes the difficult challenges that were faced by each doctor. 40,000 first printing.
Samantha Goes to the Hospital is the true story of a 9-year-old little girl getting ready for tendon transplants in both of her feet. Samantha and I are sharing her story to help other families deal with approaching surgeries or procedures. It is written in a simple format that kids can easily understand and relate to in hopes that it will make each child's journey to the hospital a little easier.
One of the most spectacular medical advances of the 20th century, organ transplantation has become a generally effective and routine treatment for patients with organ failure. In this book, a well-known expert in the fields of clinical transplantation and transplantation research traces the evolution of organ transplantation from its initial stirrings in the imaginations of the ancients to its status as accepted treatment for nearly 40,000 patients each year. Drawing often on his own first-hand experience, Dr Nicholas Tilney tells the story of the advances in organ transplantation, discusses how societal forces have driven its development, and reveals how its current success is marred by commercialism and exploitation of the less fortunate. Dr Tilney describes early transplantation attempts, the first successful kidney transplant in 1954 between identical twins, the scientific advances for suppressing the immune system, the introduction of the concept of host tolerance, research on donor matching, and the issue of donor brain death. He explores innovations in heart, lung, liver and other abdominal transplants and reflects on the attempts to make transplants between species. Finally he explains how organ transplantation has become a vast business, creating ethical and logistical conflicts about organ donations.
This is my journal I kept when my daughter Lauren Meizo became sick and eventually ended up needing a heart transplant. When my daughter became ill, I gave up my business designing custom gift baskets to be by her side 24/7. Family comes first. Lauren's health declined to the point that I lived in the hospital in Boston Ma. with her for months on end. During that time, our story will define all the ups and downs of life in a hospital. To sum it up... I have slept in hospital chairs, window sills and couches. Skipped meals and cried from fear. I have become an expert on Lauren's condition. I am a strong advocate that had to make life changing decisions. I am a parent of a medically complex Warrior!!!