ERN TRANSPLANT-CHILD

Paediatric transplantation (PT), both solid organ (SOT) and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), is the only curative procedure for several rare diseases.

Optimal post-transplant care requires the concerted efforts of a multidisciplinary team. After transplantation, patients face chronic immunosuppression to avoid rejection. This requires monitoring for post-transplant complications to extend lifespans and improve quality of life. ERN TRANSPLANT-CHILD brings together experts in PT and post-transplantation care to improve outcomes for children and their families.

The network aims to reduce hospitalisation time and the use of complex and long-lasting treatments. It is working to improve psychological support services as children transition to adulthood. TRANSPLANT-CHILD aims to make available the latest techniques and medical, pharmacological and therapeutic advances. Members are also facilitating the dissemination of harmonised clinical practice guidelines and the development of personalised medicine in PT.

TRANSPLANT-CHILD seeks to reduce the costs associated with transplantation — such as re-transplantation and pharmacological treatments — and is harmonising the PT care to minimise the risks of post-transplantation complications. Together, Europe’s leading PT experts are working to reduce mortality and morbidity related to transplantation in children.

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Corrigendum to "Expert management of congenital portosystemic shunts and their complications" [JHEP Reports 6 (2024)].McLin VA, Franchi-Abella S, Brütsch T, Bahadori A, Casotti V, de Ville de Goyet J, Dumery G, Gonzales E, Guérin F, Hascoet S, Heaton N, Kuhlmann B, Lador F, Lambert V, Marra P, Plessier DA, Quaglia A, Rougemont AL, Savale L, Sarma MS, Sitbon O, Superina RA, Uchida H, van Albada M, Johannes van der Doef HP, Vilgrain V, Wacker J, Zwaveling-Soonawala N, Debray D, Wildhaber BE2024-03-01JHEP reports : innovation in hepatology
Expert management of congenital portosystemic shunts and their complications.McLin VA, Franchi-Abella S, Brütsch T, Bahadori A, Casotti V, de Ville de Goyet J, Dumery G, Gonzales E, Guérin F, Hascoet S, Heaton N, Kuhlmann B, Lador F, Lambert V, Marra P, Plessier A, Quaglia A, Rougemont AL, Savale L, Sarma MS, Sitbon O, Superina RA, Uchida H, van Albada M, Johannes van der Doef HP, Vilgrain V, Wacker J, Zwaveling N, Debray D, Wildhaber BE2024-01-01adenoma, congenital portosystemic shunt, focal nodular hyperplasia, hepatocellular carcinoma, hyperandrogenism, hyperinsulinism, hypoglycemia, occlusion test, portal pressure, puberty, pulmonary hypertension, β-cateninJHEP reports : innovation in hepatology
Differences in Physical Activity Levels between Healthy and Transplanted Children: Who Needs More Tips?Tranchita E, Cafiero G, Giordano U, Palermi S, Gentili F, Guzzo I, Spada M, Morolli F, Drago F, Turchetta A2023-05-31children, physical activity, preventive medicine, sedentary behaviors, transplantHealthcare (Basel, Switzerland)
Humoral and cellular immune responses to Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2 SARS-CoV-2 vaccine in adolescents with liver transplantation: Single center experience.Sánchez-Zapardiel E, Alós M, Nozal P, González-Muñoz M, Frauca-Remacha E, Gavilán LB, Quiles MJ, Hierro L, López-Granados E2022-01-01BNT162b2 SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, COVID-19, IFN-γ release assay, SARS-CoV-2-specific IgG antibodies, adolescent liver transplantationFrontiers in immunology
Pets for pediatric transplant recipients: To have or not to have.Platero L, Garcia-Sanchez P, Sainz T, Calvo C, Iglesias I, Esperon F, de la Fuente R, Frauca E, Perez-Martinez A, Mendez-Echevarria A2022-01-01children, pets, survey, transplant, zoonosisFrontiers in veterinary science
Successful Liver Transplantation in Two Polish Brothers with Transaldolase Deficiency.Stefanowicz M, Janowska M, Pawłowska J, Tylki-Szymańska A, Kowalski A, Szymczak M, Kaliciński P, Jankowska I2021-08-29TALDO, liver transplantation, transaldolase deficiencyChildren (Basel, Switzerland)
Update on Respiratory Fungal Infections in Cystic Fibrosis Lung Disease and after Lung Transplantation.Renner S, Nachbaur E, Jaksch P, Dehlink E2020-12-21ABPA, antifungals, fungi, respiratory exacerbationJournal of fungi (Basel, Switzerland)
Detection of toxigenic Clostridium difficile in paediatric patients.Falces-Romero I, Troyano-Hernáez P, García-Bujalance S, Baquero-Artigao F, Mellado-Peña MJ, García-Rodríguez J2018-06-01A/B toxins, Clostridium difficile, PCR B toxin gene, PCR gen toxina B, Paediatric patients, Pediatría, Toxinas A/BEnfermedades infecciosas y microbiologia clinica (English ed.)
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