kidney preservation with university of wisconsin or euro-collins solution? an economic analysis. 19938442199
transplantation of kidneys donated from the usa: long-term results and viability testing using 31p-mrs.since june 1983, 27 kidneys have been shipped to the kidney center at the tokyo women's medical college (twmc) from the united states. these organs were divided into two groups, based on the years of their donation; 13 kidneys were assigned to group 1 and 14 to group 2. the differences between the two groups were as follows: donor age 19.8 +/- 10.0 years vs 51.9 +/- 14.5 years in group 2 (p < 0.0001); total ischemic time 42 h 12 min in group 1 vs. 65 h 42 min in group 2 (p = 0.0002); and euro-co ...19979002145
legacies of historical land use on regional forest composition and structure in wisconsin, usa (mid-1800s-1930s-2000s).historical land use can influence forest species composition and structure for centuries after direct use has ceased. in wisconsin, usa, euro-american settlement in the mid- to late 1800s was accompanied by widespread logging, agricultural conversion, and fire suppression. to determine the maximum magnitude of change in forest ecosystems at the height of the agricultural period and the degree of recovery since that time, we assessed changes in forest species composition and structure among the ( ...200919544743
comparison of uw solution and euro-collins solutions for cold preservation of human liver of wisconsin solution, a new organ preservation medium, is reported to extend the period of cold storage. in order to evaluate the efficacy of uw solution in human liver preservation we compared 58 donor liver grafts preserved in euro-collins (ec) solution. all livers were harvested in a similar manner. donor and recipient characteristics in the two groups were comparable. the mean preservation time of the uw solution was 11.5 +/- 4.2 hr (range 3-20 hr), significantly longer than the ...19902305457
prolonged hypothermic cardiac storage with university of wisconsin solution. an assessment with human cell cultures.hypothermic storage of cardiac allografts is routinely used for transplantation but is associated with an increased mortality when ischemic times are greater than 4 hours. the ideal storage conditions (solution and temperature) could extend the current limits of cold ischemia. human endothelial cells and ventricular myocytes were studied to screen various solutions and temperatures for organ preservation. four solutions (modified euro-collins, phosphate-buffered saline, stanford cardioplegia, an ...19911943184
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