Irish Heart and Lung Transplant Association

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Paxlovid - Covid 19

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Paxlovid is an oral medicine taken as tablets being introduced into Ireland this week to treat COVID-19. 
Heart and Lung Transplant Clinic have advised that Paxlovid is not a suitable drug for post heart or lung transplant recipients due to a severe drug-drug interaction.

Covid 19 - Information Leaflet - Jan 2022

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Post Heart and Lung Transplant Patient Information Leaflet - COVID-19 – January 2022
Last Updated on Monday, 07 February 2022 11:09

Cancellation of European Heart and Lung Transplant Championships 2022 Ostend (Belgium)

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Managing Committee of the European Heart and Lung Transplant Federation have announced today Sunday 6th February 2022 the cancellation of the European Heart and Lung Transplant Championships planned for June 2022 in Ostend,Belgium.
Further details available on the Federation website
Last Updated on Monday, 07 February 2022 10:10

Covid Vaccine Info - January 2022

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COVID-19 booster for people with weak immune systems: 

People who have a weak immune system, also called immunocompromised, can now get a booster dose. People in this group were offered a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and can now get a booster dose if it has been 3 months since their third dose. See below for information on how to get your booster dose - you can use any of the options outlined in the next section.

COVID-19 vaccine booster

People aged 16 and older can get their COVID-19 vaccine booster dose now. Find more information on the different options you have to get your vaccine booster here. You can book your own booster appointment for many vaccination centres online through the HSE website using the online self-scheduler here. You can also get your booster at many pharmacies and you’ll find a list on here. Some GPs are also vaccinating their patients.

You need to wait at least 3 months (90 days) after your vaccine course before you can get a booster dose. If you have had COVID-19 since you were vaccinated you should get your booster dose at least 3 months after your positive result.

Please bring photo ID that shows your date of birth to your appointment or walk-in clinic.

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