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Abstract: In th e light of the use of the Bretschneid er-HTK solution in OU f de pa rtme nt for s eve ral yea rs we have read w ith great interest the pap er by lIeyersdorf et al. 'Clinical Evaluation of Hypoth ermi c Ventricular Fibrillation. Multi-Dose Blood Cardioplegia. a nd Sing le-Dose Bretsc hne ide r Cardioplegia in Coro na ry Surge ry' (Thor ac, ca rdiovasc. Surgeon 38 [1990] 20-291. Th e contents pr ompted us to undertake s im ilar st udies of our ow n pati en t data , in particu lar s ince Prof /Jr. sc. med. … Show more

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“…The purported advantages of HTK include lower viscosity and improved organ flushing characteristics, better cell preservation over a wide range of temperatures and increased clearance of residual donor blood from the microvasculature (1,2). Anecdotal evidence also suggests decreased potential for causing bradyarrhthymias after reperfusion of the renal allograft when compared to UW, though in practice this is a rare and largely preventable occurrence with either solution (3–5). HTK is also considerably less expensive to use than UW, despite the need for higher volumes of fluid per donor recovery (6).…”
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“…The purported advantages of HTK include lower viscosity and improved organ flushing characteristics, better cell preservation over a wide range of temperatures and increased clearance of residual donor blood from the microvasculature (1,2). Anecdotal evidence also suggests decreased potential for causing bradyarrhthymias after reperfusion of the renal allograft when compared to UW, though in practice this is a rare and largely preventable occurrence with either solution (3–5). HTK is also considerably less expensive to use than UW, despite the need for higher volumes of fluid per donor recovery (6).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning