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The recent identification of an outbreak of 2019‐ novel Coronavirus is currently evolving, and the impact on transplantation is unknown. However, it is imperative that we anticipate the potential impact on the transplant community in order to avert severe consequences of this infection on both...
The COVID‐19 pandemic has rapidly evolved and changed our way of life in an unprecedented manner. The emergence of COVID‐19 has impacted transplantation worldwide. The impact has not been just restricted to issues pertaining to donors or recipients, but also health‐care resource utilization as...
The spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‐19) has already reached a pandemic dimension within a few weeks. Italy has been one of the first countries dealing with the outbreak of COVID‐19, and severe measures have been adopted to limit viral transmission. The spread of COVID‐19 may have...
The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 pandemic has caused shockwaves throughout the US healthcare system. Nowhere has coronavirus 19 (COVID‐19) caused more infections than in New York, where there have been over 26 500 infections. Resources have been appropriately allocated toward...
In the context of a rapidly evolving pandemic, multiple organizations have released guidelines stating that all organs from potential deceased donors with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) infection should be deferred, including from otherwise medically eligible donors...
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) has rapidly become an unprecedented pandemic that has impacted society, disrupted hospital functions, strained health care resources, and impacted the lives of transplant professionals. Despite this, organ failure and the need for...
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