2016
DOI: 10.1586/17474124.2016.1149061
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Extended criteria donors in liver transplantation Part I: reviewing the impact of determining factors

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“…If we compare variables between DCD LT and those of donation after brain death (DBD) LT, we find that DCD transplants occur with younger donors and less steatotic livers, and they are allocated to healthier recipients (lower Model for End-Stage Liver Disease, age, and so on). (3) A key factor when comparing DCD LT to DBD LT is the warm ischemia time (WIT). However, this injury can be compounded by less favorable donor, graft, or recipient characteristics.…”
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“…If we compare variables between DCD LT and those of donation after brain death (DBD) LT, we find that DCD transplants occur with younger donors and less steatotic livers, and they are allocated to healthier recipients (lower Model for End-Stage Liver Disease, age, and so on). (3) A key factor when comparing DCD LT to DBD LT is the warm ischemia time (WIT). However, this injury can be compounded by less favorable donor, graft, or recipient characteristics.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…This is shown by Paterno et al in the current issue of Liver Transplantation . If we compare variables between DCD LT and those of donation after brain death (DBD) LT, we find that DCD transplants occur with younger donors and less steatotic livers, and they are allocated to healthier recipients (lower Model for End‐Stage Liver Disease, age, and so on) . A key factor when comparing DCD LT to DBD LT is the warm ischemia time (WIT).…”
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“…397 Reperfusion injury is also rare in these machine-perfused DCD livers. 398 Liver studies in animal models are ongoing. In a porcine model, continuous hypothermic machine perfusion reduced hepatocyte injury but also led to an increase in Kupffer and sinusoidal endothelial cell activation, which can eventually result in poor long-term graft survival.…”
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“…399 Another study using continuous normothermic machine perfusion from procurement to transplantation in pig liver transplants resulted in good posttransplantation survival, even after 20 hours of warm preservation. 400 The use of continuous perfusion is thought to be necessary because normothermic Considerations for managing EAD and nonanastomotic BS in liver transplantation 32,384,387,388,392,395,[397][398][399][400][401][402] …”
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“…Azonban továbbra sincs egységes állás-pont a donorok alkalmasságának elbírálásában, ezért több kritériumrendszert is kidolgoztak, és vizsgálták ezek használhatóságát a gyakorlatban. Az ECD fogalmát nemcsak veseátültetés, hanem például májátültetés kapcsán is használják [2,3].…”
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