Transplant Professionals Vary in the Long-Term Medical Risks They Communicate to Potential Living Kidney Donors: An International Survey
Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation 2007 October; 22(10): 3040-3045
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Differences in Tolerance for Health Risk to the Living Donor Among Potential Donors, Recipients, and Transplant Professionals Young, A.; Karpinski, M.; Treleaven, D.; Waterman, A.; Parikh, C.R.; Thiessen-Philbrook, H.; Yang, R.C.; Garg, A.X. (2008-05)
Boudville, Neil; Prasad, Ramesh; Knoll, Greg; Muirhead, Norman; Thiessen-Philbrook, Heather; Yang, Robert C.; Rosas-Arellano, Patricia; Housawi, Abdulrahman; Garg, Amit X. (2006-08-01)BACKGROUND: The risk for hypertension after kidney donation remains uncertain. PURPOSE: To see whether normotensive adults who donate a kidney develop higher blood pressure and risk for hypertension compared with nondonor ...