Focusing on Donor Lung Organ Storage: Implications for Inflammation Post-Transplant: Jungraithmayr W et al. signaling with lung transplant

@inproceedings{Jungraithmayr2016FocusingOD,
  title={Focusing on Donor Lung Organ Storage: Implications for Inflammation Post-Transplant: Jungraithmayr W et al. signaling with lung transplant},
  author={Wolfgang Jungraithmayr and Vaibhav Gupta and Rebecca Orndorffand Shampa Chatterjee},
  year={2016}
}
Lung transplantation is a surgical option to replace a diseased lung with a healthy lung from a donor. This surgical process causes stop of blood flow from the point of organ retrieval or procurement followed by cold and warm storage phase (ischemia), followed by the re-instatement of blood flow with implantation (reperfusion) that occurs upon transplant. The injury incurred during ischemia (retrieval and storage) together with the injury from reperfusion (I/R injury) is considered as the main… CONTINUE READING

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