Transplant in Ten or Less


Transplant professionals have increasing demands on their time. Finding time in one’s day to attend conferences or to read journals is challenging. Transplant in 10 is intended to provide transplant professionals with short, easily accessible videos on key and updated topics in 10 minutes.

This video series will be a resource for the busy transplant professional who needs to brush up on a key concept or get the latest updates while between patients or in line for coffee – when you have 10 minutes or less to learn.

These short whiteboard talks focus on a broad spectrum of transplant topics presented by experts in the field. Transplant in 10 focuses on easy-to-understand explanations of complex topics, simple visuals and quick access on either your mobile device or computer.

Five new educational videos have been added to the series! All new Tx10 videos can be found here (filtering by "New"), or you can view them directly via the links below:


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Fundamentals of Basic Transplant Immunology (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Identify the targets of the immune system upon transplantation
2. Describe the key immune cells and pathways involved in rejection
3. Explain the different patterns of immunological injury to the allograft

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Tags: Immunology

Complications of Immunosuppression (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. State the key infectious, metabolic, malignancy related complications of transplant immunosuppression
2. Identify strategies to modify immunosuppression with each of these complications
3. Summarize the consequence of these changes and outline optimal monitoring strategies after the changes

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Overview of Clinical HLA Principles and Virtual Crossmatch (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Describe HLA typing and solid phase assays in solid organ transplantation.
2. Explain panel reactive antibody and T and B flow crossmatch.
3. Describe how virtual crossmatch works to assess donor and recipient compatibility.

Speaker(s):
Tags: HLA

Kidney Transplant: Surgery and Complications (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Describe the technique of the kidney transplant operation
2. List and explain 3 complications of the kidney transplant operation
3. Identify perioperative surgical emergencies after kidney transplantation

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Tags: Kidney

Liver Transplant: Surgery and Complications (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Identify the indications for transplantation
2. Describe the contraindications and surgical issues in the transplant candidate
3. Explain the MELD allocation system, MELD exceptions and the use of living and ECD donors

Speaker(s):
  • David Foley, MD, FACS, FAST, FAASLD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Tags: Liver

Heart Transplant: Surgery and Complications (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Define donor heart preservation techniques and strategies
2. Describe the technique of heart transplant surgery
3. Explain the complications of heart transplant surgery including primary graft dysfunction

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Tags: Thoracic

Pregnancy and Organ Transplantation (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Discuss the optimal timing of pregnancy after transplant and the potential fetal and maternal risks
2. Describe changes to immunosuppression to be considered before and during pregnancy
3. Identify key principles in the management of a pregnant transplant recipient

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Opportunistic Transplant Infections (2016)


After participating in this activity, the learner will be able to:

1. Describe the main infections (bacterial, viral, fungal, other) that occur in transplant recipients
2. Explain the timeline of risk for specific infections
3. Discuss the initial anti-infective prophylaxis strategies commonly used

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Checkpoint inhibitors in transplant recipients (2017)


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What’s new and innovative in living donors? (2017)


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