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A liver transplant is a type of surgery in which a defective liver (a liver that has failed) is removed from the body and replaced with a healthy liver from a living or deceased donor. Liver transplantation is usually a treatment for people whose liver is not functioning properly due to chronic disease. In some rare cases, a healthy liver may fail suddenly. The number of people waiting for a liver transplant is higher than the number of donated livers from deceased people. The human liver returns to its normal size shortly after surgery. This feature makes it possible to transplant the liver of a living person instead of waiting for a deceased person to donate a liver. The future of liver transplantation is promising in the long run. On the other hand, Liver transplant is carried out in Iran with the low cost and high quality. In the following, we deal with liver transplant in Iran.

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When is a liver transplant necessary?

Liver transplantation is a type of treatment that is suitable for people with liver failure whose condition cannot be controlled with other treatments and people with liver cancer. Various factors cause chronic liver failure. The most common cause of chronic liver failure is an ulcer in the liver (liver cirrhosis). Cirrhosis of the liver is a condition in which damaged and injured tissue replaces healthy liver tissue and impairs liver function. Cirrhosis of the liver is the most common cause of liver transplantation. The main grounds which cause liver cirrhosis impair liver function and results in liver transplantation are:

    Hepatitis B and C (B and C)

    Alcoholic liver disease

    Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

    Genetic diseases that affect the liver (such as haemochromatosis or Iron overload in the blood and Wilson’s disease)

    Diseases that affect the bile ducts (the tube that carries bile out of the liver), such as primary biliary cirrhosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and biliary atresia. Biliary atresia is the most common cause of liver transplantation in children.

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In terms of the price of health services, Healtha aims to offer the most competitive prices with other countries so that the price of Healtha services is much lower than the price of similar services around the world.

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$ 33220 - 49720

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Treatment + 3 Star Hotel

$ 34240 - 51150

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Treatment + 5 Star Hotel

$ 35050 - 52295

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What Are the Risks and Side Effects of a Liver Transplant?

A liver transplant, like all major surgery, has possible serious risks such as bleeding, infection, and complications from anesthesia. In addition, people who have a liver transplant may have side effects from the immunosuppressive drugs they need to take. These medicines weaken the immune system so the body does not reject the new liver. This means, however, that a patient may be at increased risk for developing other serious infections. Some of the immunosuppressive drugs can also cause high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes, and weaken the bones and kidneys.

How long can I expect to live after a liver transplant?

Most people live more than 10 years after a liver transplant and many live for up to 20 years or more.

What disqualifies you for a liver transplant?

Who are diagnosed with aggressive cancers such as bile duct cancer, lymphomas, bone cancer, and myeloma type cancer. With failure of other organs apart from the liver. With irreversible brain damage or disease. With severe untreatable lung, liver, and heart diseases.

Can I return to work after my transplant?

Yes, patients are encouraged to return to work after transplantation. It customarily takes around 3 months before returning to work is feasible. Certain patients will require light-duty assignments temporarily as they reacclimate to the workplace. Unless there are complications, disability is usually not granted for more than six months after a liver transplant, because the disabling disease has been treated.

Liver Transplant in Iran

A liver transplant is a type of surgery in which a defective liver (a liver that has failed) is removed from the body and replaced with a healthy liver from a living or deceased donor. Liver transplantation is usually a treatment for people whose liver is not functioning properly due to chronic disease. In some rare cases, a healthy liver may fail suddenly. The number of people waiting for a liver transplant is higher than the number of donated livers from deceased people. The human liver returns to its normal size shortly after surgery. This feature makes it possible to transplant the liver of a living person instead of waiting for a deceased person to donate a liver. The future of liver transplantation is promising in the long run. in this article we will deal with the liver transplant in Iran.

The liver is the largest internal organ and has several important functions. The liver is gradually damaged by infection or disease. In some cases, a gastroenterologist may prescribe a liver transplant. After performing the necessary consultation and tests, the gastroenterologist evaluates the patient’s condition. The doctor examines whether a liver transplant is the best treatment for the patient and whether the patient’s body is healthy enough to accept the transplant. If the answer to these two questions is yes, the patient’s name will be placed on the waiting list for a liver transplant. The probability that the transplant will be successful and that the patient will be able to survive for a long time depends on the specific circumstances of each individual.

liver transplant in Iran: When is a liver transplant necessary?

Liver transplantation is a type of treatment that is suitable for people with liver failure whose condition cannot be controlled with other treatments and people with liver cancer. Various factors cause chronic liver failure. The most common cause of chronic liver failure is an ulcer in the liver (liver cirrhosis). Cirrhosis of the liver is a condition in which damaged and injured tissue replaces healthy liver tissue and impairs liver function. Cirrhosis of the liver is the most common cause of liver transplantation. The main grounds which cause liver cirrhosis impair liver function and results in liver transplantation are:

Hepatitis B and C (B and C)

Alcoholic liver disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Genetic diseases that affect the liver (such as haemochromatosis or Iron overload in the blood and Wilson’s disease)

Diseases that affect the bile ducts (the tube that carries bile out of the liver), such as primary biliary cirrhosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and biliary atresia. Biliary atresia is the most common cause of liver transplantation in children.

Liver transplant applicants

Identifying people who need a liver transplant is a long and difficult process because donated livers are very few. Patients who meet the following two conditions are considered suitable candidates for liver transplantation. These two conditions are:

Without a liver transplant, his life will be shortened or his life will be unbearable.

There is a 50 percent chance that he will survive at least five years after a liver transplant and that his life will be of good quality.

Most people with these two conditions are good applicants for liver transplants, although in some cases liver transplants may not be appropriate for the patient. Like a patient who has liver cancer and the cancer has spread to other parts of his body. Tests should be done to determine if the patient is a good person for a liver transplant.

Liver transplant in Iran: Preoperative tests

The advice and tests that should be performed on the patient are:

Tests such as blood and urine tests to assess the health of organs and liver

Photos such as ultrasound of the liver

Cardiac tests to assess heart and cardiovascular health

Tests to check a person’s general health, including routine screening tests

Nutrition consultation with nutritionists who check the patient’s nutritional status and tell him what to eat before and after the transplant.

Assess the patient’s mental state to assess and treat problems such as depression or anxiety and to know if the patient is fully aware of the risks of liver transplantation.

Types of liver transplants

There are three types of liver transplants:

Orthotopic transplantation

The most common method of liver transplantation is orthopedic transplantation, in which a complete liver is donated from a deceased person. The surgeon makes an incision in the patient’s abdomen and removes his liver. The donated liver is then placed in place of the previous liver and the bile ducts and blood vessels are connected. Once the liver is in place, the incision created by the surgical clips is closed. A drainage tube is inserted to drain excess fluid, which remains for several days after surgery.

 

 

Liver transplant donated by a living person

When a liver is transplanted from a living person, surgery is performed on the donor, who is usually a close relative of the patient, to remove the right or left lobe of the liver.

For adults, the right lobe is usually transplanted. For children, it is better to transplant the left lobe because the right lobe is bigger and better for adults. The left lobe is also smaller and suitable for children. After the donor’s surgery, the patient’s liver is removed and a new lobe is placed in its place. Then the blood vessels and bile ducts connect. After transplantation, the grafted lobe and the lobe that remains in the donor body quickly regenerate. In most cases, the lobes grow back to normal size after two to three months.

Donation of two liver lobes

If the donated liver is from a deceased person, and a child and an adult are waiting for a liver transplant at the same time, each lobe of the liver is donated to one person, dividing the liver into right and left lobes. The larger right lobe is attached to the adult and the smaller left lobe to the child.

Convalescence

After the transplant, the patient should recover quickly, but most patients should stay in the hospital for two weeks or more. Recovery from a liver transplant takes a long time, but many patients gradually return to normal activities over several months. The patient should see a doctor regularly to check on his or her progress and to be prescribed immunosuppressive drugs. Immunosuppressive drugs help the body accept and reject the transplanted liver. The patient should see a doctor regularly throughout his life. After a liver transplant, the patient should exercise regularly and physically to improve his or her physical and mental health. Shortly after the transplant, the patient can do more physical activity depending on their condition.

Diet after liver transplantation

Eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day

Avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice, pomegranates and oranges, as these fruits work on immunosuppressive drugs (such as calcineurin inhibitors).

Have enough fiber in your daily diet.

Eat whole grain foods and do not eat processed grains.

Eat low-fat or non-fat dairy products because they are essential for keeping your body’s calcium and phosphorus levels balanced.

Drink plenty of water and liquids every day to keep your body hydrated.

with regard of above-mentioned descriptions. Iran is a mecca of liver transplant in the world. considering the low cost and high quality of liver transplant in Iran, it is a reasonable choice to select Iran as a destination for liver transplantation.

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