31 July 2004
Ann Transplant 2004; 9(2): 40-41 :: ID: 8679
Machine perfusion systems for continuous hypothermic perfusion preservation are computer controlled and re-usable. The system of perfusion preservation proved beneficial for for storage of kidneys, particularly those harvested from NHBD donors. The first disposable continuous hypothermic perfusion system which can be used for storage of livers is presented.
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