Patients undergoing renal graft failure and returning to dialysis are often regarded to like facing for the first time a substitutive treatment, without considering the technical complications, the economical impact, and the psychological implications. This review attempt, to give answers to various questions, concerning the management of vascular access, the immunosuppressive therapy, the transplantectomy, the emotional and neuropsychic aspects, and the quality of life of graft-failed patients.

Management of patients after renal graft loss: an open question for nephrologists.

COPPOLINO, GIUSEPPE;CRISEO, MANILA;ALOISI, Carmela;FRISINA, Nicola;BUEMI, Michele
2006

Abstract

Patients undergoing renal graft failure and returning to dialysis are often regarded to like facing for the first time a substitutive treatment, without considering the technical complications, the economical impact, and the psychological implications. This review attempt, to give answers to various questions, concerning the management of vascular access, the immunosuppressive therapy, the transplantectomy, the emotional and neuropsychic aspects, and the quality of life of graft-failed patients.
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