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Современные подходы к отбору больных для трансплантации сердца

https://doi.org/10.23873/2074-0506-2010-0-3-4-50-63

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Представлен анализ современных подходов к отбору реципиентов для трансплантации сердца (ТС), а именно подходов к оценке тяжести сердечной недостаточности (СН), поскольку СН относится к наиболее частым показаниям к ТС. По мере увеличения доступности новых типов терапии и перехода имплантации механических устройств для вспомогательного кровообращения в разряд более стандартных вмешательств подходы к отбору больных будут совершенствоваться. С учетом недостатка донорских органов предполагается сохранение тенденции к выполнению ТС у наиболее тяжелых больных, которые нуждаются в длительном парентеральном применении препаратов с положительным инотропным действием и механической поддержке кровообращения.

Об авторах

М. Ш. Хубутия
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия


С. Р. Гиляревский
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия


В. В. Соколов
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия
Виктор Викторович Соколов


Е. В. Ковалева
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия


И. М. Кузьмина
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия


Е. И. Бойчевская
НИИ скорой помощи им. Н.В. Склифосовского
Россия


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Хубутия М.Ш., Гиляревский С.Р., Соколов В.В., Ковалева Е.В., Кузьмина И.М., Бойчевская Е.И. Современные подходы к отбору больных для трансплантации сердца. Трансплантология. 2010;(3-4):50-63. https://doi.org/10.23873/2074-0506-2010-0-3-4-50-63

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Khubutia M.S., Gilyarevsky S.R., Sokolov V.V., Kovaleva E.V., Kuzmina I.M., Boichevskaya E.I. Current approaches to selecting patients for heart transplantation. Transplantologiya. The Russian Journal of Transplantation. 2010;(3-4):50-63. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.23873/2074-0506-2010-0-3-4-50-63

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