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My transplant log: For a kidney/pancreas transplant  
Abstract:  This handout for kidney/pancreas transplant patients explains how problems with a kidney and/or pancreas graft can show up in lab results or vital signs. Common lab tests and vital signs are explained, conversion charts are provided, and blank health log record forms are included. This document is also a chapter in the Guide to Your Kidney/Pancreas Transplant: To help you learn more about having a kidney/pancreas transplant at UWMC, which is available from Materials Management #171915.
Author: Transplant Services/4E-4SE/5E
Publisher/Date/Rev:  University of Washington Medical Center, 2003, June 1, 2011
UWMC Availability:  Transplant Services/4E-4SE/5E; 4SE (Transplant, Renal, Vascular Surg, Kidney Dialysis); 5E (ICU/Critical Care Unit); 5SE (ICU/Critical Care Unit)
General Topics:  Kidney Disorders
Specific Subject(s):  Pancreas-Kidney Transplantation; Pancreas Transplantation; Organ Transplantation; Kidney Transplantation
Language(s):  English
Audience:  Partner; Caregiver; Patient
Format: Manual
Reading Level: Moderate
Cost: Unknown
Web Site Location:  http://healthonline.washington.edu/

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