Hemodynamic and biochemical changes during normothermic and hypothermic sanguinous perfusion of the porcine hepatic graft.

@article{Ikeda1990HemodynamicAB,
  title={Hemodynamic and biochemical changes during normothermic and hypothermic sanguinous perfusion of the porcine hepatic graft.},
  author={Takayoshi Ikeda and Katsuhiko Yanaga and Guy Lebeau and Hidefumi Higashi and Saburo Kakizoe and Thomas E. Starzl},
  journal={Transplantation},
  year={1990},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={564-7}
}
Using an ex vivo liver sanguinous perfusion system, hemodynamic and biochemical changes of the porcine livers were studied, which were preserved cold (4 degrees C) for 24 hr in University of Wisconsin solution and reperfused with normothermic (37 degrees C) (n = 8) or hypothermic (32 degrees C) (n = 8) blood for 3 hr. Six more livers were reperfused with normothermic blood (37 degrees C) immediately after procurement as controls. The total hepatic blood flow was adjusted to 1 ml/min/g liver… CONTINUE READING
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