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Viability testing of kidneys from non-heart-beating donors 

Viability testing of kidneys from non-heart-beating donors
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Viability testing of kidneys from non-heart-beating donors
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David Talbot

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199217335.003.0004
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date: 19 February 2020

Chapter 4 discusses viability testing of kidneys from non-heart-beating donors, and covers machine perfusion benefits over static storage with regards to varying types of solution used, including information on systems that have been used successfully clinically with non-heart-beating donor kidneys using cold solutions, and further information about lungs, liver, and the pancreas (for islet isolation but the islets have not subsequently been transplanted).

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