You know you are chronically ill when you see the panel on the plane and automatically see “Pain progress” instead of PA in process. I’m damaged goods. Take me off to the skies, James. Fly me to Switzerland so I can tell these people what patients really think. Ready or not here I come. Ready to spill the truth and give them something to think about
Du ved, du er kronisk syg, når du sidder på flyet og ser “Pain progress” instead of PA in process. Jeg er skadet af smerte. Tag mig til skyerne, pilotmand. Lad mig komme ned til Schweiz og give dem en dose af hvad patienter virkelig tænker. Jeg er klar til at give dem noget at tænke over.
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What is a lung transplant?
A lung transplant is surgery that replaces a diseased or failing lung with a healthy donor lung.
According to data from the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, there have been more than 36,100 lung transplants completed in the United States since 1988. The majority of those surgeries were in patients aged 18 to 64 years old.
The survival rate for lung transplant patients has improved in recent years. According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the one-year survival rate of single-lung transplants is nearly 80 percent. The five-year survival rate is more than 50 percent. Those numbers were much lower 20 years ago.
Survival rates vary by facility. When researching where to have your surgery, it’s important to ask about the facility’s survival rates
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