Комплаентность реципиентов печени

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2019-05-02
Номер журнала: 
5
Год издания: 
2019

Е. Космачева(1, 2), доктор медицинских наук, профессор, А. Бабич(1, 2) 1-Научно-исследовательский институт – Краевая клиническая больница №1 им. проф. С.В. Очаповского, Краснодар 2-Кубанский государственный медицинский университет, Краснодар Е-mail: anna-babich1@yandex.ru

Приведен обзор зарубежной литературы, дающей представление о комплаентности реципиентов печени, ее уровне, методах изучения. Данные разных трансплантационных центров о комплаентности реципиентов печени противоречивы (от 3 до 99%). Низкая приверженность реципиентов печени выполнению врачебных рекомендаций коррелирует с существенным увеличением показателей позднего острого отторжения, потери трансплантата и смерти. Рассматриваются возможные причины противоречивости данных о комплаентности таких пациентов.
Ключевые слова: 
гепатология, комплаентность, трансплантация печени, отторжение трансплантата, иммуносупрессия

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