warm ischemia


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warm ischemia

The absence of blood flow to a body part or organ intended for transplantation before its removal from a cadaveric donor.
See also: ischemia
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However, tissues harvested via RALP are removed from the circulating blood supply long before removal from the abdominal cavity resulting in longer periods of warm ischemia, which may in turn lead to nucleic acid degradation, compromising the quality of studies of these samples.
Current recommendations for replantation are less than six hours of warm ischemia time when muscle is present in the amputated part, or less than 12 hours when there is no muscle.
Renal function after partial nephrectomy: Effect of warm ischemia relative to quantity and quality of preserved kidney.
Anti-apoptosis effects of oxymatrine protect the liver from warm ischemia reperfusion injury in rats.
As laparoscopic and robotic PN procedures were introduced, warm ischemia was standard practice worldwide (and even applied in OPN).
10] This allowed a shorter warm ischemia time and efficient kidney reconstruction.
We reviewed whether warm ischemia times (WITs) declined with increased experience and whether the use of LPN increased for more challenging tumours (i.
Laparoscopic surgery does not confer increased tolerance to renal warm ischemia compared with open surgery for WIT up to 60 minutes as demonstrated by previous studies.
The experimental animal study on warm ischemia time (WIT) by Sabbagh and colleagues presents provocative and intriguing results.
This modification has resulted in a significant reduction of our warm ischemia time that was consumed primarily by intracorporeal suturing.