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Welcome to Lian kavan Health Tourism (lkhtc)

Lian kavan Health Tourism Co (In Iran) medical tourism specialist which will allow you to access safe, affordable and high quality healthcare at drastically reduced prices .

Lian kavan Health Tourism Co will facilitate access to high quality physicians and surgeons to evaluate your medical needs.

We will provide you information about the experience and the work history of the physicians and surgeons available in Iran.

If you need on-line consultation we will facilitate such consultations without the need for initial travel.

We will guide you to different specialist and surgeons for different consultations and procedures.

In addition Lian kavan Health Tourism Co(LKHTC) will facilitate your travel and make sure your stay in Iran is enjoyable and comfortable.

We can facilitate hotel reservations, travel to and from airport, visa applications, access to translators, and visit to healthcare facilities.

Kidny and pancreas transplant(skp)

A kidney-pancreas transplant is an operation to place both a kidney and a pancreas – at the same time – into someone who has kidney failure related to type 1 diabetes.

In many cases, both transplanted organs may come from the one deceased donor. However, it is also possible for the kidney to come from a living donor (a family member or friend) and the pancreas from a deceased donor.

This type of transplant treats both kidney failure and diabetes because the new organs replace the function of the failed kidney and the pancreas. The first successful kidney-pancreas transplant in the U.S.A. took place in 1966.

Since then, more of these operations are occurring each year.

Adults whose kidneys have failed because of type 1 diabetes are possible candidates for a kidney-pancreas transplant.

In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not make enough insulin, a hormone that regulates the blood sugar level in body. The transplanted pancreas can produce insulin and correct this type of diabetes. People with type 2 diabetes are not candidates for a combined kidney-pancreas transplant.

In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas makes insulin, but the patient’s body tissues are not able to use this insulin properly. For this reason, a pancreas transplant would not help to correct type 2 diabetes.

However, people with this type of diabetes can still have a kidney transplant if they develop kidney failure because of their diabetes.

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