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Intestinal Transplant

What is an Intestinal Transplant?

An intestinal transplant is an operation where doctors put a new intestine in the body of someone whose intestine is no longer working.

Explore more below!

Videos. Click to Watch!

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Part One Intestinal Transplant: The Basics

Part Two Intestinal Transplant: Reasons for Intestinal Transplant

Part Three Intestinal Transplant: Transplant Evaluation and Listing

Part Four Intestinal Transplant:

The Call and Transplant Surgery

Part 5 Intestinal Transplant:


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My Mom is Getting an

Intestinal Transplant

Part One Organ Donation:

The Basics

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Part Two Organ Donation:

The Organ Donation Process

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Parent Getting Transplant

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Meet the Team. Click to Watch!

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Meet Dr. Cardio the Cardiologist
Meet Chris the Nurse Coordinator
Meet Dr. Gastro the Transplant Surgeon
Meet Cindy the PA
Meet Dr. Germ the Infection Doctor
Meet Dr. Happy the Psychiatrist
Meet Dr. Sleepy the Anesthesiologist
Meet Greg Pharmacist
Meet Dr. Gutsy the Gastroenterologist
Meet Jack the Child Life Specialist
Meet Laura the Occupational Therapist (OT)
Meet Kacy the Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
Meet Lisa the Dietician
Meet Nick the Physical Therapist (PT)
Meet Rachel the Social Worker

Activities. Click for Fun!

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For Parents

Visit the Parent Resource Center on Intestinal Rehab & Transplant Unwrapped Kids for helpful downloads related to intestinal transplant. A few useful resources are listed below.  

Intestinal Transplant

Visit our main website to learn more about intestinal and multivisceral transplant for pediatric patients.

Being a Prepared Parent and Caregiver for Transplant

Join the Transplant Unwrapped website and be notified when this useful guide for on-the-go learning becomes available.

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