May 5, 2021 to May 8, 2021
Lutfi Kirdar International Convention and Exhibition Center
The goal of the ILTS Annual Congress is to provide an excellent platform to deepen the education and knowledge of scientists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, hepatologists, critical care physicians, radiologists, pathologists, nurses, patients, and patient families. Join us to network and discuss the latest advances in the care of liver transplantation patients and receive state of the art updates in clinical and basic science.
Annual Meeting Website: https://2021.ilts.org/
Check out the most recent posts
Evolving Trends in Machine Perfusion for Liver TransplantationA recent review article by Dutkowski et al. looked at the evolving evidence for machine perfusion in liver transplantation. They explored the evidence and requirements for both HMP and NMP. They presented...
Renal Resistance Thresholds During HMP and Transplantation OutcomesSandal et al. sought to study renal resistance (RR) as an independent predictor of long-term graft survival in kidney transplant recipients whose allografts underwent HMP. They included in their...
Renal Resistance Trend During HMP Is More Predictive of Postoperative Outcome Than Biopsy ScoreBissolati et al. sought evaluate the prognostic role of renal resistance (RR) valued during hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP) on postoperative outcome. They analyzed 65...
The Impact of Hypothermic Pulsatile Machine Perfusion Versus Static Cold Storage on Delayed Graft Function
The Impact of Hypothermic Pulsatile Machine Perfusion Versus Static Cold Storage on Delayed Graft FunctionA retrospective paired kidney study by de Sandes-Freitas et al. sought to determine whether hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP) was beneficial in their unique...