Karl K. Young, Hong Kong

Consultant
Department of Adult Intensive Care
Queen Mary Hospital
Graduated from University of Queensland MBBS in 1983. Anaesthesia training followed in various Queensland hospitals. After competing fellowship exams, went to Hong Kong to work as a staff anaesthesia specialist (1990-1997) at Prince of Wales Hospital (teaching hospital of the Chinese University of Hong Kong), in the department of Prof. TE Oh. While at PWH obtained specialty of Intensive Care Medicine. Since 1997 working as Consultant (senior specialist) in the Adult ICU of Queen Mary Hospital, teaching hospital of the Hong Kong University. This has the only liver transplant unit in Hong Kong, and are world pioneers in living donor liver transplantation. As the unit has matured, the complexity of management has increased. Recipients are older, have more comorbidities, and are technically more challenging. Emergency transplants in patients with acute liver failure complicated by multi-organ failure are particularly challenging. So our unit is developing experience in sepsis management in liver transplantation.

Lectures by Karl K. Young


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