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Lung Transplant
Lung Transplantation Patient Guide


Now that you have had (or will have) your lung transplant, you need to have a good understanding of the care you will require, including your follow-up visits, medications, lab values, and other lifestyle issues.

The following pages will help you and your family to learn how to care for your new lung and your general health after transplantation.










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