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September 08, 2020

Cited References

1 Gill et al; Pulsatile perfusion reduces the risk of delayed graft function in deceased donor kidney transplants, irrespective of donor type and cold ischemia time; Transplantation; 2014.
2 Bissolati et al; Renal Resistance Trend During Hypothermic Machine Perfusion Is More Predictive of Postoperative Outcome Than Biopsy Score: Preliminary Experience in 35 Consecutive Kidney Transplantations; Artificial Organs; 2018.
3 Stratta et al; Influence of pulsatile perfusion preservation on outcomes in kidney transplantation from expanded criteria donors; Journal American College of Surgery; 2007.
4 Moers et al; Machine perfusion or cold storage in deceased-donor kidney transplantation; New England Journal of Medicine; 2009.
5 Gill et al; Pulsatile perfusion reduces the risk of delayed graft function in deceased donor kidney transplants, irrespective of donor type and cold ischemia time; Transplantation; 2014.
6 Chatauret et al; Mechanistic analysis of nonoxygenated hypothermic machine perfusion’s protection on warm ischemic kidney uncovers greater eNOS phosphorylation and vasodilatation; American Journal of Transplant, 2014.
7 Jochmans et al; Machine perfusion versus cold storage for the preservation of kidneys donated after cardiac death; Annal of Surgery; 2010.
8 Gallinat et al; Reconditioning by endischaemic hypothermic in-house machine perfusion: A promising strategy to improve outcome in ECD kidney transplantation; Clinical Transplantation; 2016.
9 Watson et al; Cold Machine perfusion versus cold storage of kidneys donated after cardiac death: A UK multicenter randomized controlled trial; American Journal of Transplant; 2010.

Additional References

  • Belzer FO, Southard JH; Principles of solid-organ preservation by cold storage; Transplantation 1988.
  • Briet et al; Arterial stiffness and pulse pressure in CKD and ESRD; Kidney International; 2012.
  • Chatauret et al; Preservation strategies to reduce ischemic injury in kidney transplantation: pharmacological and genetic approaches; Current Opinion Transplant; 2016.
  • Gallinat et al; Role of pulsatility in hypothermic reconditioning of porcine kidney grafts by hypothermic machine perfusion after cold storage; Transplantation; 2013.
  • Gill et al; Pulsatile perfusion reduces the risk of delayed graft function in deceased donor kidney transplants, irrespective of donor type and cold ischemia time; Transplantation; 2014.
  • Guy et al; Hypothermic machine perfusion permits extended cold ischemia times with improved early graft function; Experimental and clinical transplantation; 2015.
  • Moers et al; Machine perfusion or cold storage in deceased-donor kidney transplantation; New England Journal of Medicine; 2009
  • Schold et al; Are we frozen in time? Analysis of the utilization and efficacy of pulsatile perfusion in renal transplantation; American Journal of Transplant; 2005.
  • Sedigh et al; Modifying the vessel wall in porcine kidneys during machine perfusion; J Surgical research 2014.
  • Southard, J. and F. Belzer; Organ Preservation; Annual Review of Medicine; 1995.
  • Stratta et al; Influence of pulsatile perfusion preservation on outcomes in kidney transplantation from expanded criteria donors; Journal American College of Surgery; 2007.
  • Talbot et al; Thrombolysis in the non heart beating donor; Organ donation and transplantation after cardiac death, chapter 6; 2009.
  • Vaziri et al; Analysis of machine perfusion benefits in kidney grafts: a preclinical study; Journal Translational Medicine; 2011.

Additional Abstracts

  • Kox et al; hypothermic machine perfusion is also beneficial for deceased donor kidneys when cold ischemia time is short and short cold ischemia time is also beneficial when kidneys are machine perfused; Abstract ATC meeting Boston; 2016.
  • Luke et al; Preliminary results of randomized controlled trial assessing Verapamil in pulsatile perfusion solution; Abstract ATC meeting Philadelphia; 2011.
  • Pirenne et al; Renal resistance during machine perfusion is a risk factor for delayed graft function and poorer graft survival; Abstract ESOT congress Paris; 2009.

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