Controlled reperfusion using a simplified perfusion system preserves function after acute and persistent limb ischemia: a preliminary study.


OBJECTIVE Reperfusion of the limb after acute and persistent ischemia is associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality despite complete revascularization. Although reperfusion is a prerequisite for maintaining limb function, it may in itself cause further injury. There is experimental evidence that modification of the initial reperfusion modalities… (More)


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