Kidney from uncontrolled donors after cardiac death with one hour warm ischemic time: resuscitation by extracorporal normothermic abdominal perfusion "in situ" by leukocytes-free oxygenated blood.

@article{Reznik2011KidneyFU,
  title={Kidney from uncontrolled donors after cardiac death with one hour warm ischemic time: resuscitation by extracorporal normothermic abdominal perfusion "in situ" by leukocytes-free oxygenated blood.},
  author={Oleg N. Reznik and A I Skvortsov and I. A. Loginov and A. N. Ananyev and Sergey Bagnenko and Y. G. Moysyuk},
  journal={Clinical transplantation},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={
          511-6
        }
}
The availability of brain death donors is restricted by many factors. Use of uncontrolled donors after cardiac death could be a promising perspective, but the limiting factor in uncontrolled donation after cardiac death is the warm ischemic time. The purpose of our work was to develop an in situ kidney preservation protocol with application of the extracorporal normothermic abdominal perfusion for organ resuscitation in uncontrolled donors after cardiac death. The main attention was paid to the… CONTINUE READING

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