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Before you leave the hospital we will arrange your follow-up clinic appointments. A detailed plan will be given to you, based on your progress and your transplant team’s recommendations.
WhenFor the first 2 months after your operation, we will see you once a week for blood tests. As you recover you will not need to come to the clinic as often.
WhereLung Transplant Clinic Toronto General Hospital Peter Munk Building - 12th floorTGH Maps & Directions
What to ExpectYou will need to have weekly blood tests. The results will be viewed by the transplant team, who will follow-up as necessary.
Regular clinic visits allow your transplant team to monitor your health and deal with any concerns or changes.
What to bring
* Do you live outside the GTA?
Patients who live outside the GTA are required to stay local for the first 3 months after their transplant.
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