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Ms. Shivani S. Bisen, United States
Response to a pandemic: the fall and rise of kidney transplantation in the United States
Mr. Griffith B Perkins, Australia
mTOR inhibitors promote highly functional T cell immunity in kidney transplant recipients vaccinated against COVID-19
Dr. Edward Castro-Santa, Costa Rica
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the rate of organ donation and transplantation in the Central American and Caribbean region
Miss Yasmim C Dreige, Brazil
How did the Omicron wave impact kidney transplant recipients? A comparative analysis from a prospective cohort single-center study.
Giselle Guerra, United States
The difference between Delta and Omicron variants in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Dr. Sunil Kumar Dodani, Pakistan
Factors effecting mortality among Covid-19 patients in Renal Transplant Recipients from a single center in Pakistan
Dr. Ignatius Y Tang, United States
Outcomes of SARS -Cov-2 in Hospitalized Solid Organ Transplant Recipients during the Omicron Wave in the United States
Martin Ajzenszlos, Argentina
Covid 19 in kidney and kidney-pancreas transplantation. Clinical utility of PCR cycle threshold
Dr. Adela D Mattiazzi, United States
Controlling the Cytokine Stom with Therapeutic Plasma Exchange: the MTI Experience with Solid Organ Transplant Recipients.
Dr. Sanshriti Chauhan, India
Nationwide data on gender disparity in solid organ transplantation for India in the pre-pandemic and pandemic era.
Dr. Hari Shankar Meshram, India
A single-center analysis of kidney transplant patients with COVID-19 compared to waitlisted in the two waves: An Indian report with future implications for the potential next wave.
Prof. Narayan Prasad, India
The adverse effects of high dose corticosteroid on infectious and non-infectious sequelae in Renal Transplant Recipients with Coronavirus disease 19 in India
Dr. Natalia R. Pujato, Argentina
COVID-19 in solid organ transplant recipients: clinical presentation, outcome and reinfection. Multicenter study in Argentina
Dr. Ruchir B Dave, India
Analysis of ABO-incompatible kidney transplantation in post-COVID-19 candidates: A multicentre, retrospective cohort study from India.
Dr. Ruhul H Kuddus, United States
The COVID-19 pandemic has more severely affected heart and kidney transplantation in less-developed countries compared to more developed countries
Dr. Tugba Yanik Yalcin, Turkey
Comparision of influenza and Covid-19 infections in solid organ transplant recipients