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Following your transplant, we can help you schedule periodic check-ups with your hepatologist and transplant surgeon to ensure you are stable and progressing. Support services from the transplant coordinator, social worker and financial counselor are available as needed.
After the transplant your doctor may prescribe drugs, called immunosuppressants. The transplant coordinator will explain all of your medications and prepare a helpful list for you to use.
A liver transplant is a major procedure that can create high levels of stress. Counseling services are recommended to help you adjust to life at home and return to work or school.
Einstein offers a variety of support programs to help both you and your family learn about issues related to the liver transplant process.
Did you know you can list with multiple transplant centers?
Hepatitis A through CHepatitis spreads 100 times more easily than HIV, yet less people think about it. Our physicians discuss the differences between hepatitis A, B and C and what you can do to prevent this form of liver damage.
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