Diabetes - Surgery and Transplantation
Pancreatic islet transplantation is a new era of diabetes medication. In this transplantation pancreatic beta cells of the donor are transferred into recipient person. Once the transplantation gets successful the new cell begins to produce insulin. According to the researchers, this technique will help the type 1 diabetes patient from their daily insulin dosage. The transplantation of the living cells, tissue or organs from donor to recipient is called Xenotransplantation. The cells, tissue, organs which are used in transplantation is known as xenografts or xenotransplants.
- Anti-Insulin Effects of Surgical Stress
- Transplant vs Dialysis for type 2 Diabetic Patients
- Post-Transplant Clinical Evolution