Готье, С. В.; Арзуманов, С.В.
July 2017
Russian Journal of Transplantology & Artificial Organs;2017, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p70
Academic Journal
Diabetes mellitus is a significant social problem. In the Russian Federation, the prevalence of diabetes type 1 is 340.000 people, 21% of them having diabetic nephropathy, as well as other secondary complications leading to disability and high mortality. There are several options for diabetic patients with chronic kidney disease dialysis: kidney transplantation with insulin therapy, simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant or islet transplant. Good long-term results could be obtained by the whole pancreas and kidney combined transplantation through maximum metabolism recovery comparing to other replacement therapy options. The recipientselection with special attention to the cardiovascular system evaluation is essential to successful transplantation. The proper pancreatic graft assessment needs a wide range of criteria to be analyzed. Integral scores can simplify and systematize the assessment. The choice of preservation technique is important to pancreatic graft ischemia-reperfusion injury minimization. Despite the progress in graft preservation methods, cold storage using University of Wisconsin (UW) solution remains to be the gold standard. The evolution of surgical technique has resulted in utilizing the most physiologic variations of exocrine drainage and venous outflow of the pancreas, so-called portoenteric drainages, which were designed to improve remote metabolic effects and to reduce complications probability.


Related Articles

  • Predictive Role of Self-Efficacy, Belief of Treatment Effectiveness and Social Support in Diabetes Mellitus Self-Management. Rahimian Boogar, Eshagh; Ali Besharat, Mohammad; Mohajeri Tehrani, Mohammadreza; Talepasand, Siavash // Iranian Journal of Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology;Fall2011, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p232 

    Objectives: The aim of this research was to study the predictive role of self-efficacy, belief of treatment effectiveness, social support and doctor-patient relationship on diabetes Mellitus self-management. Method: 500 type II diabetes outpatients (245 men and 255 women) presenting to Shariati...

  • Psychiatric morbidity and social problems in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Wilkinson, Greg; Borsey, D. Q.; Leslie, P.; Newton, A. W.; Lind, C.; Ballinger, C. B.; Wilkinson, G; Newton, R W // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jul88, Vol. 153, p38 

    A two-stage screening strategy was used to study psychiatric morbidity and social problems in a consecutive series of out-patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. The prevalence of psychiatric morbidity was 18%, and consisted of depression, anxiety, and attendant symptoms. Patients...

  • Centrum diabetologie a diabetologický program v IKEM. PELIKÁNovÁ, TEREZIE; SAUDEK, F. // General Practitioner / Prakticky Lekar;Jan2011, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p11 

    Diabetes mellitus is undoubtedly one of the socially most important diseases with significant health and economic impacts. Every 15 years the number of registered diabetes nearly doubled and the problem is particularly long-term development of micro-and macrovascular complications. In the Czech...

  • Diabetes Mellitus (Book).  // Annals of Internal Medicine;Jun83, Vol. 98 Issue 6, p1044 

    Reviews the book 'Diabetes Mellitus: Problems in Management,' edited by J. David Schnatz.

  • Profile, Bacteriology, and Risk Factors for Foot Ulcers among Diabetics in a Tertiary Hospital in Calabar, Nigeria. Otu, Akaninyene Asuquo; Umoh, Victor Aniedi; Essien, Okon Ekwere; Enang, Ofem Egbe; Okpa, Henry Ohem; Mbu, Patrick Ntui // Ulcers;2013, p1 

    Diabetic foot disease is a major medical, social, and economic problem. This retrospective study assessed the profile of diabetes mellitus patients with foot ulcers in theUniversity of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH), Nigeria. Admission records of all patients admitted unto themedical wards of...

  • New guidelines for the management of diabetes: a physician's guide. Harris, Stewart B.; Meltzer, Sara J.; Zinman, Bernard // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/20/98, Vol. 159 Issue 8, p973 

    Highlights significant recommendations for clinical practice guidelines in managing diabetes. Diabetes mellitus; Pregnancy and pre-existing diabetes; Diabetes in the elderly; Diabetes in aboriginal people; Gestational diabetes mellitus; Screening; Assessment; Treatment goals; Management.

  • AVALIAÇÃO DA QUALIDADE DE VIDA DE PORTADORES DE DIABETES MELLITUS TIPO 2. de Oliveira Ara£jo, Karine; do Nascimento Andrade, Ankilma; Sampaio Costa, Tarciana; Aparecida de Freitas, Maria; Paulino do Nascimento, Maria M“nica; Nunes da Silva, Edineide // Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE;set2013, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p5583 

    Objective: to assess the quality of life of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Methods: this is an exploratory-descriptive research, quantitative, carried out after the approval by the Research Ethics Committee of Faculdades Integradas de Patos, under the Protocol 165/2011. The study...

  • The Effect of physical Activity in glicemia in patients with Diabetes Mellitus. Zeqiri, Sebahat; Ylli, Agron; Zeqiri, Nexhmi // Medical Archives / Medicinski Arhiv;2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p146 

    Introduction: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is the most common endocrine disease and it is a major problem in medicine, not only for diabetic patients, but also as a general health problem. Physical activity was accepted as a therapeutic approach in diabetic patients. Aim of the study: The objective of...

  • Social and emotional complications in a clinical trial among adolescents with diabetes mellitus. Kinmonth, A.L.; Lindsay, M.K.M.; Baum, J.D. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);3/19/1983, Vol. 286 Issue 6369, p952 

    Describes the social and emotional problems in a clinical trial among children with diabetes mellitus. Patient comparison on the effects of diets on diabetic control; Problems suffered by children during the trial; Necessity for families to provide emotional support to children involved in...

  • History, epidemiology of diabetes mellitus and foot care in diabetes: An overview. Ara, Jamal // Economic Review (05318955);Aug96, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p29 

    Presents an overview of the history and epidemiology of diabetes mellitus and foot care in diabetes in Pakistan. Definition of diabetes mellitus; Foot care in diabetes as a health care problem in the country; Foot care guidelines.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics