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More children than ever are surviving intestinal transplantation at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and returning home healthy enough to enjoy a quality of life that includes school, play, friends and other joys of childhood.
Advances in organ preservation, surgical technique, immunosuppression and post-operative care have all contributed to better intestinal transplant survival rates among young patients and a much better quality of life after intestine transplantation.
Recent advances in research and clinical research programs at Children’s include new immunosuppression protocols developed with colleagues at UPMC Presbyterian, and better ways to diagnose and treat infections before they have a chance to complicate recovery.
Read about how Children’s Hospital, as well as patients and parents, can improve life after an intestine transplant.
Learn about the services Children’s Hospital provides for families to better prepare them to deal with the challenges of adjusting to home after intestine transplantation.
The age of a child at the time of his or her intestinal transplant may help determine the issues they will face during recovery.
Learn the milestones that intestine transplant patients can expect after one and three years post-transplant, such as no longer needing a catheter, TPN, gastronomy tube, or physical therapy.
Learn about the changes in immunosuppression protocols and the prescription of rejection drugs has helped lower the incidents of organ rejection and improved patient quality of life.
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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