10 Important Facts About Lung Transplants


There are various treatment options for patients with chronic lung diseases such as bronchiectasis, with the last resort being a lung transplant. Typically, lung transplants are suggested for patients whose lung disease is so advanced it’s unlikely they will live more than a couple of years. Lung transplants can dramatically improve the quality of life for people with acute pulmonary diseases by offering patients a better short-term prognosis.

Here are some important facts about lung transplants:

shutterstock_3118074201. High Short-Term Success Rate

Lung transplants have a high short-term success rate with 78 percent of lung transplant patients surviving more than a year after the transplant.

Discover 10 key facts about bronchiectasis. 

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