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DateDate: 1-05-2019, 06:20

Modern transplantology keeps a lot of really important points away from the attention of specialists and end-donors - one of the biggest problems in this context is the definition of a organ that is potentially suitable for transplantation. To this end, researchers from the United States today presented a new system called the Xvivo Perfusion System, whose purpose is to evaluate, analyze and even somewhat improve the condition of donor organs potentially considered for further use - and this means that in theory there will be more specific weight suitable for organ transplantation.
It is worth noting that so far this technology is intended for analysis and evaluation of donor lungs, since this organ is the most problematic in the statistics of its transplantation - about 15% of the total global number of donor organs are indeed suitable. It became known that at this point in time, the technology has become officially sanctioned and authorized by the Federal Food and Drug Administration of the United States, thereby gradually becoming one of the most proven and versatile options for analyzing donor organs.
Thus, the new technology has a number of parameters and capabilities that clearly highlight it against the background of similar assessment systems, not to mention determining the ultimate limit of organ suitability - for example, the Xvivo Perfusion System has the ability to autonomously pump up the lungs up to five hours and keep them active in order to study them in as much detail as possible before the operation.
If everything goes according to the original plan of specialists, then in the very near future we can expect a truly astonishing result - both in terms of increasing the total global volume of organs suitable for transplantation, and in the context of reducing the time required for evaluation and analysis of the donor organ, which can really save even more lives.