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Organ Preservation Systems

Definition : Systems designed to maintain organ viability until the organ can be implanted. These systems may consist of boxes intended for hypothermic ischemic storage frequently using cold crystalloid solutions; some other systems increase the organ viability combining hypothermia with hyperbaric oxygenation, or hypothermia with continuous perfusion. Organ preservation systems used with appropriate solutions can preserve organ viability for a period from several hours to a few days, depending on the preservation system used and the type of organ to be transplanted.

Entry Terms : "Perfusion Units" , "Extracorporeal Perfusion Units"

UMDC code : 12826


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Fresenius Medical Care Co KGaA

Fresenius Medical Care Co KGaA

Fresenius Medical Care North America

Fresenius Medical Care (NYSE: FMS) is the world's leading company devoted to patient-oriented renal therapy. Through over 2,700 clinics kidney dialysis clinics in North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Africa, we provide 32 million life-saving dialysis treatment to more than 215,000 patients worldwide.

Preservation Solutions Inc

Founded in 1994, Preservation Solutions, Inc. has been instrumental in the development of perfusion solutions for the purpose of organ transplant. Today, we are a leading manufacturer of specialty medical solutions, offering our services and products to the organ transplant community as well as research organizations and academia.

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