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Care Innovations & Breakthrough

Patient Care

SGH is first in South-east Asia to perform living donor liver transplant involving incompatible blood groups

Singapore General Hospital has carried out South-east Asia's first liver transplant involving a living donor and incompatible blood groups.

Human protein being used to grow new skin for burn patients in faster method

Local researchers are one step closer to creating a safer and faster method to grow human skin for skin grafts for burn patients.

New cord blood technique offers hope

A new treatment technique for cord blood transplants could offer patients with diseases such as blood cancers a lower risk of infection and higher likelihood of surviving the transplant, if a trial being conducted proves successful.

In The News

SGH working to raise awareness of living donor transplants

​In January this year, Ms Lai Yoke Ling's life changed when she became the 1,000th patient at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) to undergo a kidney transplant from a deceased donor, nearly 50 years after the hospital performed the nation's first such procedure back in 1970.

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Getting a new heart and a new lease of life

​Just three months after his first heart attack in November 2014, Mr Mohamed Rezal Yusof suffered a second one – this time more severe and eventually putting him on the waiting list for a transplant. While the first heart attack was managed with blood thinning medication as doctors did not detect any blockage in the arteries, the second one severely damaged his heart muscle.

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Faces Of Transplant

Faces Of Healthcare

In Conversation With Our Renal Transplant Coordinators

We speak to Ms Lu York Moi and Ms Tee Ping Sing to find out more about their experience towards caring for kidney transplant donors and recipients
Faces Of Healthcare

Our Transplant Physiotherapists

Principal Physiotherapist Ms Low Wai Yan and senior physiotherapist Ms Katherin Huang and Ms Low Wai Yan share with us about their work for pre and post- transplant patients.
Faces Of Healthcare

Transplant Angels In White

Transplant nurses play an important role in caring for our donors and recipients at every stage of their transplant journey. In this issue, we cast the spotlight on our nurses and find out more about their work.

Contact Us

SingHealth Duke-NUS Transplant Centre
Tel: +65  6312 2720
Fax: +65  6241 0459