Liver & Intestine Transplant

Intestine transplant recipients have a one-year survival rate of more than 85%, which is similar to that of liver transplant recipients. A study that appeared in Nature found that keeping livers warm reduced damage by 50% compared to putting them on ice. If damage is decreased, the number of organs that are suitable for transplant will significantly increase. The liver is kept in a physiological state by the new technology perfusion system, which also keeps it warm and supplies it with blood and nutrients. This can aid in the liver's recovery from whatever harm it may have sustained during the removal of the donor.

  • Solated intestinal graft
  • combined intestinal-liver graft
  • Multivisceral graft

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