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Gaseous oxygen to improve viability of marginal or pre-damaged organ grafts during hypothermic storage 

Gaseous oxygen to improve viability of marginal or pre-damaged organ grafts during hypothermic storage
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Gaseous oxygen to improve viability of marginal or pre-damaged organ grafts during hypothermic storage
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Thomas Minor

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10.1093/med/9780199217335.003.0008
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date: 25 February 2020

Chapter 8 discusses the use of gaseous oxygen to improve viability of marginal or pre-damaged organ grafts during hypothermic storage, including physiological rationale, external surface oxygen, oxygen via the vascular system, and the biophysical basis and molecular effects of venous systemic oxygen persufflation (VSOP).

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