Dual hypothermic oxygenated machine perfusion in liver transplants donated after circulatory death. BJS 2017; 104: 907-917.
Published: 10th April 2017
Authors: R. van Rijn, N. Karimian, A. P. M. Matton, L. C. Burlage, A. C. Westerkamp, A. P. van den Berg et al.
Experimental studies have suggested that end‐ischaemic dual hypothermic oxygenated machine perfusion (
Ten transplantations involving liver grafts treated with DHOPE were compared with 20 control procedures. There were no technical problems. All 6‐month and 1‐year graft and patient survival rates were 100 per cent in the
This clinical study of end‐ischaemic
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