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You are transplanted and have a donor organ.

It is possible that in the first days and weeks after an organ transplantation, but also in the further course of the own immune system is directed against the donor organ. When a rejection reaction occurs, it is very important to recognize them as soon as possible. Then there is the possibility, e.g. by adapting the immunosuppressive therapy in time to avert harm from the donor organ.

We can find out for you. In order to detect a rejection reaction early, we need a blood sample from you. If a rejection reaction is detected, therapy should be adjusted accordingly.

But that's not all
what we can examine in a blood sample! Regardless of the type of immunosuppressive drug you receive, we can assess the success of the treatment and identify any damage to the transplant during therapy. All we need is blood samples from you. The course of these values indicates the success of the therapy. Even after months and years, e.g. You have a rejection response that can be detected early in a blood sample, so your doctor can respond as quickly as possible.

This test has not yet been included in the catalog of benefits of the statutory health insurance and is therefore a self-payer. We offer you a prepared cost-acceptance statement for your health insurance companies.