Energy status of pig donor organs after ischemia is independent of donor type.

@article{Stadlbauer2013EnergySO,
  title={Energy status of pig donor organs after ischemia is independent of donor type.},
  author={Vanessa Stadlbauer and Philipp Stiegler and Philipp Taeubl and Michael Sereinigg and Andreas Puntschart and Andrea Bradatsch and P Bozidar Curcic and Thomas Seifert-Held and Gerda Zmugg and Tatjana Stojakovi{\'c} and Barbara Leopold and Daniela Blattl and Vera Horki and Ursula Mayrhauser and Iris Wiederstein-Grasser and Bettina Leber and Guenther Juergens and Karlheinz Tscheliessnigg and Seth Hallstroem},
  journal={The Journal of surgical research},
  year={2013},
  volume={180 2},
  pages={
          356-67
        }
}
BACKGROUND Literature is controversial whether organs from living donors have a better graft function than brain dead (BD) and non-heart-beating donor organs. Success of transplantation has been correlated with high-energy phosphate (HEP) contents of the graft. METHODS HEP contents in heart, liver, kidney, and pancreas from living, BD, and donation after cardiac death in a pig model (n=6 per donor type) were evaluated systematically. BD was induced under general anesthesia by inflating a… CONTINUE READING

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