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Belzer Folkert O, Truman Chester W: Method and apparatus for preserving human organs extracorporeally. The Regents of the University of California, January 4, 1972: US3632473 (61 worldwide citation)

A human organ is stored, between removal from one body and implantation in another, in an apparatus mounted on a wheeled cart. The apparatus has a pulsatile pump for pumping plasma, a heat exchanger connected to the outlet of the pump for cooling the plasma to about 4.degree. to 8.degree. C., and a ...


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Belzer Folkert O, Southard James H: Perfusate for the preservation of organs.. Wisconsin Alumni Res Found, September 23, 1987: EP0237567-A1

New compositions for the preservation of organs prior to implantation comprising hydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol, ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceutically acceptable organ perfusate.


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Belzer Folkert O, Southard James H: Perfusate for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Res Found, August 16, 1989: GB2213362-A

L'invention concerne la préparation d'organes pour la transplantation.


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Southard James H, Belzer Folkert O: Perfusat pour la conservation dorganes, Perfusate for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, April 2, 1991: CA1282342

Abstract The present invention relates to new compositions forthe preservation of organs prior to implantation comprisinghydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol,ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceuticallyacceptable organ perfusate.


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Belzer Folkert O, Southard James H: Perfusate for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, BREMER Howard W, April 9, 1987: WO/1987/001940

New compositions for the preservation of organs prior to implantation comprising hydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol, ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceutically acceptable organ perfusate.


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