Principles and Practice of Transplant Infectious Diseases, 1st ed. 2019

Coordinator: Safdar Amar

Language: Anglais

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This comprehensive volume provides a platform from which both major and minor infectious diseases related issues are addressed in-depth among this highly susceptible population.  The book begins with an overview of infections in various modalities. This is followed by chapters on clinical disorders, etiologic agents, therapeutics, and infection prevention. Chapters include easy-to-follow figures and tables, radiologic images, and pictorial demonstrations of various disease states to familiarize and reacquaint the transplant clinicians and surgeons in practice and training, and those belonging to subspecialties providing supportive care for these patients. Discussions to enumerate the noninfectious causes that mimic infectious diseases; clinical relevance and effective utility of existing and emerging diagnostic tools are presented throughout the book. Authored by leaders in their fields, this book is the go-to reference for management of patients undergoing hematopoietic and solid organ transplantation.

Chapter 1   

Infections in Transplantation:  Introduction and Overview

Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 2     

Infections in Heart, Lung, and Heart-Lung Transplantation

Andrés F. Henao-Martínez and José G. Montoya  

 

Chapter 3   

Infections in Liver Transplantation

B. Sharmila Mohanraj, Amol S. Rangnekar, and Joseph G. Timpone, Jr

 

Chapter 4   

Infections in Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation

Megan K. Morales, Matthew Cooper, Peter Abrams, and Joseph G. Timpone, Jr

 

Chapter 5   

Infections in Intestinal and Multivisceral Transplantation

Raffaele Girlanda, Joseph G. Timpone, Jr, Kevin M. Soriano, and Thomas M. Fishbein

 

 

Chapter 6   

Infections in Limbs, Integuments, and Face Transplantation

Justin M. Broyles and Chad R. Gordon

 

Chapter 7   

Principles of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Michelle Limei Poon, Richard E. Champlin, and Partow Kebriaei

 

Chapter 8   

Infections in Pediatric Transplant Recipients

Aspasia Katragkou,Lucy O’Connor, Emmanuel Roilides, and Thomas J. Walsh

 

Chapter 9   

Febrile Neutropenia in Transplant Recipients

Lior Nesherand Kenneth V. I. Rolston

 

Chapter 10   

Cytopenias in Transplant Patients

Maura Barry, Sunandana Chandra, and Kenneth B. Hymes

 

Chapter 11   

Infections in Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation

Marcus R. Pereira, Stephanie M. Pouch, and Brian Scully

 

Chapter 12   

Complications Arising from Preparatory Conditioning Regimens for Stem Cell Transplantation

Jasmine Zain and Merav Bar

 

Chapter 13   

Intravascular Catheter and Implantable Device Infections in Transplant Patients

Nasia Safdar, Cybele Lara R. Abad, and Dennis G. Maki

 

Chapter 14   

Surgical Site Infections: Wound and Stump Infections

Nasia Safdar, Sara A. M. Zerbel, and Elizabeth Ann Misch

 

Chapter 15   

Endovascular Infections and Endocarditis

Walter Zingg and Didier Pittet

 

Chapter 16   

Gastrointestinal Infections and Clostridium difficile Infection

Stephen Harold and Herbert L. DuPont

 

Chapter 17   

Hepatobiliary Tract Infections

Jonathan Merola, Robert M. Mocharla, Alexander Z. Jow, Samuel H. Sigal, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 18   

Ocular Infections in Transplant Patients

Ann-Marie Lobo,Lucia Sobrin,andMarlene L. Durand

 

Chapter 19   

Intracranial, Spinal, and Paraspinal Infections in the Transplant Recipient

Matthew W. McCarthy, Axel Rosengart and Thomas J. Walsh

 

Chapter 20   

Respiratory Tract Infections: Sinusitis, Bronchitis, and Pneumonia

Benjamin A. Miko, Marcus R. Pereira, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 21   

Respiratory Tract Diseases That May Be Mistaken For Infection                             

Robert M. Kotloff, Burton F. Dickey, and Nicholas Vander Els

 

Chapter 22   

Skin and Soft Tissue Infection in Transplant Recipients

Robert G. Micheletti and Carrie L. Kovarik

 

Chapter 23   

Cutaneous Lesions that Mimic Infection in Transplant Patients

Ana Ciurea and Sharon Hymes

 

Chapter 24   

Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and Enterococcus

Amar Safdar and Donald Armstrong

 

Chapter 25   

Enterobacteriaceae in Transplantation

Kathryn Whitaker, Valerie Cluzet, and Emily A. Blumberg

 

Chapter 26  

Pseudomonas, Stenotrophomonas, Acinetobacter, and Other Non-Fermentative Gram-Negative Bacteria & Medically Important Anaerobic Bacteria in Transplant Recipients

Kenneth V.I. Rolston and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 27   

Nocardiosis and Actinomycosis

Heather E. Clauss and Bennett Lorber

 

Chapter 28   

Listeriosis

Heather E. Clauss and Bennett Lorber

 

Chapter 29   

Tuberculosis

Cynthia Portal-Celhay and Jennifer A. Philips

 

Chapter 30   

Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease in Transplant Recipients

Julie V. Philley, Amar Safdar, and Charles L. Daley

 

 

 

Chapter 31   

Invasive Fungal Disease in the Transplant Population: An Overview

Jennifer L. Saullo,  John R. Perfect, and Barbara D. Alexander

 

Chapter 32   

Candida Infections in Hematopoietic and Solid Organ Transplant Recipients

Alison G. Freifeld and Carol A. Kauffman

 

Chapter 33   

Aspergillosis

Michael J. Satlin, Samantha E. Jacobs, and Thomas J. Walsh

 

Chapter 34   

Mucormycosis

Brad Spellberg and Johan Maertens

 

Chapter 35  

Cryptococcus Infections in Transplant Recipients

Raymund R. RazonableandPearlie P. Chong

 

Chapter 36   

Histoplasmosis, Coccidioidomycosis and Diseases due to Other Endemic Fungi in Transplant Recipients

Pascalis Vergidis, Chadi A. Hage, and L. Joseph Wheat

 

Chapter 37   

Cytomegalovirus

Amar Safdar and Donald Armstrong

 

Chapter 38   

Epstein-Barr Virus Infection and Post-Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disease

Benjamin E. Gewurz, Amy Sievers, David M.Weinstock, Sheila Mitsuma and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 39   

Herpes Simplex Viruses 1 and 2, Varicella Zoster Virus and Human Herpes Viruses 6, 7 and 8 in Transplant Recipients

Raymund R. Razonable*

 

Chapter 40   

Respiratory Viral Infections in Transplant Recipients

Catherine Liu, Dora Y. Ho, and Michael Boeckh

 

Chapter 41   

Hepatitis A, B, C

Jonathan Merola, Alexander Z. Jow, and Samuel H. Sigal

 

Chapter 42   

Enterovirus Infection in Immunocompromised Hosts

Joanna Schaenman, Dora Y. Ho, Lindsey R. Baden, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 43   

Parvovirus B19 

Morgan Hakki and Lynne Strasfeld

 

Chapter 44   

West Nile Virus in Immunocompromised Hosts 

Dora Y. Ho, Joanna M.D. Schaenman, and Lindsey R. Baden

 

Chapter 45   

Rare and Emerging Viral Infections in the Transplant Population

Susanna K. Tan, Jesse J. Waggoner, and Stan Deresinski

 

Chapter 46   

Parasitic Infections in Transplant Recipients: Toxoplasmosis, Strongyloidiasis and Other Parasites

Brian G. Blackburn and José G. Montoya

 

Chapter 47   

Impacts and Challenges of Advanced Diagnostic Assays for Transplant Infectious Diseases

N. Esther Babady,Yeon Joo Lee, Genovefa Papanicolaou,and Yi-Wei Tang

 

Chapter 48   

Diagnosis of Systemic Fungal Diseases

Simon F. Dufresne, Kieren A. Marr and Shmuel Shoham

 

Chapter 49   

Viral Diagnostics

Robin K. Avery and Belinda Yen-Lieberman

 

Chapter 50   

Antibiotic Consideration in Transplant Recipients

Jerry Altshuler, Samuel L. Aitken, Melanie Maslow, John Papadopoulos, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 51   

Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Antibiotics in Transplant Patients

Kelly E. Schoeppler, Scott W. Mueller, and Gerard R. Barber

 

Chapter 52   

Antifungal Consideration for Transplant Recipients

Yanina Dubrovskaya, Man Yee Merl, David S. Perlin, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 53   

Immunomodulatory Properties of Antifungal Agents on Immune Functions of the Host

Maria Simitsopoulou and Emmanuel Roilides

 

Chapter 54   

Antiviral Consideration for Transplantation Including Drug Resistance

Sunwen Chou and Nell S. Lurain

 

Chapter 55   

Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Antiviral Drugs in Special Population

Marco R. Scipione* and John Papadopoulos

 

Chapter 56   

Anti-Mycobacterial Consideration in Transplantation Including Drug Non-Susceptibility and Resistance: Tuberculosis and Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease

Julie V. Philley and David E. Griffith

 

 

 

Chapter 57   

Adaptive Immunotherapy for Opportunistic Infections

Aspasia Katragkou, Thomas J. Walsh, and Emmanuel Roilides 

 

Chapter 58   

Immunotherapy for Invasive Mold Disease in Transplant Patients – Dendritic Cell Immunotherapy, Interferon-gamma, Recombinant Myeloid Growth Factors, and Healthy Donor Granulocyte Transfusions

William K. Decker, Matthew M. Halpert, Vanaja Konduri, Dan Liang, Christopher N. Hampton, and Amar Safdar

 

Chapter 59   

Antimicrobial Stewardship: Considerations for a Transplant Center

Susan K. Seoand Graeme N. Forrest

 

Chapter 60   

The Use of Palliative Care in Organ Transplant Patients and End of Life Issues

Jenny S. Ayala and Joseph Lowy

 

Chapter 61   

Infection Control Strategies in Transplant Populations

Scott Cutro, Michael Phillips, and Harold W. Horowitz

 

Chapter 62   

Travel and Transplantation 

Camille Nelson Kotton and José G. Montoya

 

Chapter 63   

Vaccination in Organ Transplant

Lara Danziger-Isakov and Camille Nelson Kotton

 

Chapter 64   

Prevention of Fungal Disease

Shirish Huprikar and John R. Wingard

 

Chapter 65   

Antimicrobial Drug Prophylaxis: Challenges and Controversies

Gaurav Trikha, Marcio Nucci,John R. Wingard and Amar Safdar



Amar Safdar, MD
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso

Paul L. Foster School of Medicine

El Paso, TX, USA



Provides the major and minor infectious disease related issues in patients undergoing hematopoietic and solid organ transplantation

Comprehensive resource provides an overview and management strategies for clinical disorders, etiologic agents, therapeutics and prevention

Authored by leaders in the field