An organ transplant involves removing an organ from one person and transplanting it into another.
An organ can be donated by a living person or by someone who has passed away. An organ transplant takes place when one of the vital organs, such as the heart, intestines, kidney, liver, lung, or pancreas, fails. A patient may have to wait a long time for a kidney transplant since doctors must identify a match between the donor and recipient to reduce the chance of rejection.
Additionally, there are specialized medications used to treat adverse effects, which need special guidance from a pharmacist to ensure proper intake and administration by the patient. As medication therapy is coordinated between pharmacists and doctors, medication schedules can be difficult to follow. Occasionally, pharmacists consult, and prescriptions are refilled on a cyclical basis. There is a high cost associated with these healthcare supplies and drugs for post-transplant recovery.
Our Allied Pharmacy understands the post-hospitalization health issues that a patient may experience after an organ transplant. It is our commitment to provide patients and healthcare professionals with private consultations and instructions on how to manage their health conditions. For any financial assistance, we will always be available to assist patients by consulting with insurance companies for prior authorizations.
You will receive the most comprehensive, personalized service at Allied Pharmacy. Contact us if you would like more information about Allied pharmacy would like or if you would like to schedule a consultation with a pharmacist.