UCLA's lung and heart-lung transplant program is the largest lung transplantation program on the West Coast and leads the nation in patient outcomes.
What does HLT stand for?
HLT stands for Heart-Lung Transplant
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- Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Network (Oxford, UK)
- High Lift System Test Rig
- High Level Synthesis Techniques for VLSI
- Hispanic/Latino Student Union
- Honeywell Large Systems Users Association
- Hankel-Lanczos Singular Value Decomposition
- Half-Life Server Watcher (game server admin tool)
- Health (usually abbreviated as HLTH)
- Heavy Laser Tower (gaming
- High Level Trigger
- High-Level Terminal
- Highly Leveraged Transaction (financial term)
- Hilltown Land Trust (land conservation; Huntington, MA)
- Home Line Tryout (automotive industry)
- Home Linking Technology
- Hospital Leadership Team (San Francisco, CA)
- Hospitality, Leisure & Tourism
- Hot Liquor Tun (brewing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Miriam Stoppard Heart-lung transplant Patients needing a heart-lung transplant can wait a long time for donor organs, which are usually salvaged from a fit adult killed by a serious accident.
A FORMER member of the heart-lung transplant team at Papworth Hospital - renowned for his hilarious take on the world of medicine - is guest speaker at a business dinner in Huddersfield this month.
Lung rejection in lung or heart-lung transplant patients takes the form of obliterative bronchiolitis and, in fact, obliterative bronchiolitis is the major complication in survivors of heart-lung transplantation.
HOSPITAL staff carried out two heart-lung transplants on consecutive days, it emerged, a procedure performed only three times in the whole of the UK last year.
His new heart remains healthy, but he still may need to return to the heart-lung transplant as a triple swap is more straightforward.
9) Lung transplantation Survival is best with bilateral lung transplant, then single lung transplant, and lastly combined heart-lung transplant.
The 11-year-old cystic fibrosis sufferer captured ECHO readers' hearts with her courage after bouncing back from a heart-lung transplant.