Karri Norio

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It is assumed that diabetic patients with uraemia have more complications at renal transplantation than those who are not diabetic. We compared the preoperative ECGs, and invasive perioperative haemodynamic and oxygenation parameters in 15 diabetic and 15 non-diabetic uraemic patients undergoing renal transplantation. The number of patients with increased(More)
The cadaveric renal graft is exposed to ischaemic injury during preservation and to oxidative damage during reperfusion. Both these mechanisms are known to cause cell damage, which may impair graft function. Reperfusion injury (RPI) is mediated by reactive oxygen species (ROS). Ascorbic acid (AA) is a potent physiological extracellular scavenger of ROS. We(More)
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