ischemic time

ischemic time

Transplant surgery The time that an organ is outside the body when the heart is not beating or supplied with O2 by the coronary arteries
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4) They demonstrated the feasibility and safety of this novel procedure; however, they also reported a slightly prolonged total ischemic time of 126.
LUMC's Cardiology Department set up the Door-To-Balloon (DTB) Task Force focused on ischemic time in heart infarction patients.
Delays of management are significantly longer in women, hence they have a longer ischemic time during which the heart's blood supply is reduced," said Dr Leurent.
For every hour ischemic time was reduced, the recipient has an 11% increase in the chance that they will survive a decade or more.
Although longer aortic clamping time increased the risk of cardiovascular events, the protective effect of MC-1 was independent of ischemic time during CABG.
The perioperative and follow-up analysis showed that patients with long-term survival had shorter ischemic time (141.
Older age and cold ischemic time were associated with adverse outcomes in patients undergoing adult-to-adult living donor transplant.
According to The International Society Of Heart and Lung Transplantation ("ISHLT") guidelines2 for the care of heart transplant recipients, the projected ischemic time should not exceed 4 hours3,4, limiting the distance available to transport a donor heart.
1] PADUA scores have been validated to predict warm ischemic time (WIT) and perioperative complications for open, laparoscopic, and robot-assisted partial nephrectomy (RAPN).
ISHLT said taking into consideration only the variable of "donor age," the hearts of donors younger than 45 years will invariably have sufficient reserves to withstand the rigors of heart transplant (HT); hearts from donors between the ages of 45 and 55 should probably be used when the projected ischemic time is >4 hours; and the use of donors hearts >55 years should only be used if the survival benefit HT for the recipient unequivocally exceeds the decrement in early HT survival due to transplantation of a heart with limited myocardial reserves.
The time during transport in this method is referred to as cold ischemic time, more specifically the interval beginning when an organ is removed from the donor and is cooled with the solution, to the time when the organ is implanted.
According to The International Society Of Heart and Lung Transplantation ("ISHLT") guidelines4 for the care of heart transplant recipients, the projected ischemic time should not exceed 4 hours5,6, limiting the distance available to transport a donor heart.