Lung Transplantation

A surgical surgery known as a lung transplant, sometimes known as a pulmonary transplant, replaces one or both of the patient's own lungs with donor lungs. Both living and deceased donors can provide donor lungs for transplant. One lung lobe can only be donated by a living person. One lung may be sufficient for a recipient with certain lung conditions. A recipient must get two lungs if they have cystic fibrosis or another lung condition. Although lung transplants have some potential hazards, they can also help people with end-stage pulmonary illness live longer and have better quality of life.

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