February 25, 2024 to February 28, 2024
Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort
9800 Hyatt Resort Dr
San Antonio, TX 78251
NATCO is dedicated to advancing education, promoting certifications, and furthering the professional development of donation and transplant professionals in the community, to empower each individual to reach his or her highest potential. The focus of this year’s Annual Meeting is working together towards improved donation and transplant outcomes through shared ideas and advanced practices. Organ Recovery Systems is proud to be part of the NATCO Annual Meeting. Stop by our booth #312 to learn more about our organ preservation systems.
Annual Meeting Website: www.natco1.org/annual-meeting/
Check out the most recent posts
Overcoming the longest cold ischemia time seen in Korea using HMP in deceased donor kidney transplantation
Kim et al. reported on a deceased donor kidney transplant case that had the longest reported cold ischemic time (CIT) in Korea which was facilitated by using hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP). A 54 year old male marginal deceased donor (Korean Kidney Donor Profile...
Organ Recovery Systems (ORS) is honored to announce that UC Health, a Continued Access site in PILOT clinical trial has set a record in 2023 for most transplants in the US! We are thankful for our ongoing collaboration with UC Health and their success using LifePort...
Portable hypothermic oxygenated machine perfusion for organ preservation in liver transplantation (PILOT™): A randomized, open-label, clinical trial*
Panayotova et al. published a multicenter, randomized, non inferiority trial which sought to compare liver preservation using the LifePort Liver Transporter to the standard of care, static cold storage. The study included 142 liver transplant procedures from 9 US...
Brief Bubble and Intermittent Surface Oxygenation Is a Simple and Effective Alternative for Membrane Oxygenation During Hypothermic Machine Perfusion in Kidneys
A study by Darius et al. sought to evaluate the use of direct bubble and intermittent surface oxygenation during continuous HMP as an alternative to using a membrane oxygenator. They evaluated the renal flow, resistance and concentration of pO2 in the perfusate as...