The rate of grief and mortality from the medical conditions in end-stage of heart, liver and kidney disease is expanding in individuals with HIV. Presence of HIV infection as a conflict to transplantation for numerous reasons concerns for worsening immunocompromised and immunosuppressants use of a limited supply of donor organs with unknown long-term outcomes and, the risk of viral transmission to the surgical and medical staff. This Review examines open questions on kidney transplantation in patients infected with HIV-1 and clinical strategies that have resulted in good outcomes. This session briefs the clinical concerns combines with the treatment of renal transplant with HIV.
- Risk of cancer after transplantation
- Pretransplant vaccinations