By writer to sanatogapost.com
WEST READING PA – Three physicians working in Tower Health’s Transplant Institute at Studying Hospital (above) efficiently carried out the ability’s first liver transplant throughout December, and say they’re now offering companies to sufferers who earlier “curtailed their medical care due to COVID-19 fears.”
“Tower Health has COVID-safe pathways to look after transplant candidates and recipients, and all different sufferers,” the group acknowledged in a media launch.
The liver surgical procedure was carried out by Tower transplant surgeons David J. Reich, MD, FACS; Gary S. Xiao, MD, FACS; and Stephen R. Man, MD, FACS. The recipient was a 36-year-old Studying resident and father of two, Alex Beltran, who suffered from Wilson’s liver illness, a uncommon inherited genetic illness that physicians stated permits harmful ranges of copper to build up within the liver, mind, and different organs.
Along with Studying Hospital the Tower Well being system contains Pottstown, Phoenixville, Brandywine, Jennersville, Chestnut Hill hospitals; and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Kids underneath its partnership with Drexel College in Philadelphia.
Photograph by Tower Well being
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