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First Annual IMACS Report: A global International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation Registry for Mechanical Circulatory Support.
The first annual report of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) Mechanically Assisted Circulatory Support (IMACS) registry provides global data on 5,942 patients fromExpand
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Second annual report from the ISHLT Mechanically Assisted Circulatory Support Registry.
The second annual IMACS registry report includes over 14, 000 patients from 35 countries. Survival, adverse events, and an updated risk model is presented. Continuous flow pumps continue to dominateExpand
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The Effect of Cold and Warm Ischemia Time on Survival After Lung Transplantation in a Large National Cohort
The effect of ischemia time, both total and its various components, on the lung is not well characterised This study examines temporal trends in ischemia time for and the impact of ischemia time uponExpand
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The Interval between Brain Stem Death and Cardiac Assessment Influences the Retrieval of Hearts for Transplantation
The Interval between Brain Stem Death and Cardiac Assessment Influences the Retrieval of Hearts for Transplantation R.V. Venkateswaran ,1 J. Lannon,2 E. Wong,2 M. Berman,3 N. Howell,4 J. Payne,5 J.Expand
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The UK Retrieval Team “Scout” Pilot Programme
The number of adult heart transplants in the UK has fallen by more than 50% over the last 15 years, what may be a result of inadequate donor assessment and/or poor donor organ function. PreviousExpand
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Post Market Environmental Monitoring of Genetically Modified Crops
Executive Summary This report provides scientific advice on the Post Market Environmental Monitoring (PMEM) of genetically modified (GM) crops. It examines whether existing environmental surveillanceExpand
P42 Comparison of the clinical outcomes after de-novo heart transplantation between adults with and without congenital heart disease
Background There is a little published research in the United Kingdom comparing the clinical outcomes after de-novo heart transplantation between adults with and without congenital heart disease.Expand
Comparison of the Clinical Outcomes After De-Novo Heart Transplantation Between Adults with and without Congenital Heart Disease
Background There is a little published research in the United Kingdom comparing the clinical outcomes after de-novo heart transplantation between adults with and without congenital heart disease.Expand