Japan’s new crown patient was discharged after 4 months of living donor lung transplantation due to sequelae|Japan|New crown pneumonia_sina news

Original title: Japanese new crown patient was discharged after 4 months of living donor lung transplantation due to sequelae

China News Service, August 20. According to “Central News Agency”, a Japanese female patient infected with the new crown had severe sequelae, which caused lung problems. In April, it received a living-donor lung transplant as the world’s first case, and it went smoothly on August 16. He was discharged from the hospital and is currently transferred to other hospitals for rehabilitation.

Japan’s Kyoto News reported that on the 19th, the Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of Kyoto University stated that the female patient lived in Kansai. Although it took time to recover after the transplant operation due to complications and other effects, it was still on August 16th. He was discharged from the hospital and has been transferred to other hospitals to continue the rehabilitation course.

This patient currently does not need to use an artificial respirator and can also walk indoors.

Ita Yangzhi, the professor in charge of the transplant operation, said that the transplanted lungs in the patient’s body are currently functioning well and their breathing conditions are also very good.

Part of the lungs were provided to the patient’s family members, and they have now returned to normal life smoothly.

The operation was performed on April 7 this year. The patient used Yekemem due to deterioration of lung function. The only way to save his life was to receive a lung transplant. However, it would take a long time to wait for the donation of brain death patients, so the patient’s husband and son were separated. Donate part of the lungs.

Editor in charge: Wu Xiaodong SN241

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