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Computer control of a hypothermic rat heart preservation process

Philip Edward Bothamley

Computer control of a hypothermic rat heart preservation process

the instrumentation and computer control using an Argus 400, of a modified Langendorff perfusion column to investigate the preservation of rat hearts by cooling and perfusion with cryoprotective agent.

by Philip Edward Bothamley

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Published by The author in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Ph.D. thesis, February 1976, Postgraduate School of Studies in Control Engineering, University of Bradford.

The Physical Object
Pagination239p.
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21505463M

Hypothermic circulatory arrest temporarily suspends blood flow under very cold body temperatures. At cold temperatures, cellular activity levels slow significantly so blood circulation can be stopped for up to 40 minutes without harm to the patient.   In this review, we highlight which livers may benefit from additional treatment before implantation and describe the concept of hypothermic machine liver perfusion. Furthermore, we explain why cold oxygenated perfusion concepts could potentially lead to a breakthrough in this challenging field of transplantation. Accordingly, we summarize recent clinical applications of different hypothermic Cited by:

Which of the following is the process in which heat is lost from the body as wind passes over it? Convection. In a hypothermic patient the coldest blood is found in what part of the patient's body? Extremities. You arrive on the scene and find an unresponsive homeless man lying in the alleyway clutching a wine bottle. He is wearing a long.   Hypothermic Oxygenated Perfusion (HOPE) of Human Liver Grafts The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government.

Currently, for practical clinical purposes, the preservation of donor hearts is limited to about 4 h. Transplantation must be finished within this period to assure complete functional recovery upon reperfusion. From the clinical setting it is well known that hypothermia results in a better myocardial preservation during ischemia.   TH linearly decreases the metabolic rate of homeothermic organisms. During the cooling process, tissue oxygen consumption (VO 2) slows by roughly 6%/°C reduction in body temperature [1, 2], obeying the van't Hoff-Arrhenius law, which states that the rate of a biochemical reaction is halved for each 10°C decrease in reduction in brain metabolism is similar [].


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Computer control of a hypothermic rat heart preservation process by Philip Edward Bothamley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hypothermic pulsatile perfusion of donor hearts during the storage interval is a simple technique that leads to a better-preserved cell structure compared to the conventional cold storage method. This may lead to less risk of primary graft failure after orthotopic heart transplantation and Cited by: 7.

Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (DHCA) is a surgical technique that induces deep medical involves cooling the body to temperatures between 20 °C (68 °F) to 25 °C (77 °F), and stopping blood circulation and brain function for up to one hour.

It is used when blood circulation to the brain must be stopped because of delicate surgery within the brain, or because of surgery. in hypothermic suspension to a surgical suite in Europe, where they are injected as a cell slurry directly into damaged heart tissue.

This transcontinental shipment required hypothermic preservation solutions that maintain viability and function of the cells following sequential storage intervals for transport that approach a week in duration. Comparison of Different Techniques of Hypothermic Pig Heart Preservation Ren6 Ferrera/ PhD, Alain Larese, PhD, Peter Marcsek, MD, Jeanine Guidollet, PhD, Monique Verdys, Andre Dithnar, PhD, and Georges Dureau, MD Unite de Recherche INSERM-U63 and Laboratoire de Cryobiologie du Centre de Transfusion Sanguine, Lyon, France The aim of this study was to compare several methods of Cited by:   Here the technology provides a system for continuous perfusion of a synthetic acellular preservation solution under controlled conditions of temperature and pressure, offering a variety of advantages over the classical static cold storage method (Table 1).

13,14 These attributes of hypothermic machine perfusion have emerged from the. A novel method of low-temperature organ preservation is tested using rat hearts.

• Isochoric systems allow ice-free preservation at temperatures well below freezing. • Conventional heart preservation employs on-ice storage in atmospheric conditions.

• Histological quality is improved in hearts preserved in a −4 °C isochoric by: 9. Canine heart-lung transplantation after twenty-four-hour hypothermic preservation with Belzer-UW solution. Naka Y(1), Shirakura R, Matsuda H, Nakata S, Fukushima N, Nakano S, Kawashima Y.

Author information: (1)First Department of Surgery, Osaka University Medical School, by: Introduction. Reperfusion injury after cold preservation still represents a significant problem in renal transplantation, favoring delayed graft function and consecutive alterations in long‐term outcome.1, 2 Reduction of preservation injury by hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP) represented a notable advance in preservation technology, allowing for continuous supply of oxygen during.

Two rat groups were studied during 24 h of preservation in University of Wisconsin solution (UW): a control cold ischemia group and another group subjected previously to 45 min of WI.

Ischemic preconditioning enhances recovery of isolated rat lungs after hypothermic preservation Article in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 69(1) February with 17 Reads. Request PDF | Hypothermic continuous machine perfusion improves metabolic preservation and functional recovery in heart grafts | Background The number of heart transplants is decreasing due to.

Effect of continuous hypothermic machine perfusion transport system (Airdrive(TM)) on canine kidney preservation Article in Chinese medical journal (6) March with 23 Reads. The effect of hypothermic preservation of the heart and lungs with a crystalloid solution was evaluated in 12 mongrel dogs receiving heart-lung allografts.

Six animals served as controls and received an immediate heart-lung transplant. Six animals were in the experimental group and received a heart-lung transplant after 5 hours of preservation Cited by: Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest with selective cerebral perfusion provides a safe, bloodless surgical field in selected cardiac surgeries, including aortic arch replacement and pulmonary thromboendarterectomy.

A postoperative hemoglobin (Hgb) level greater than 8 g/L is usually considered sufficient, but for higher risk patients such as older adults or patients with chronic obstructive. Davies: Department of Anesthesiology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida The use of hypothermia as an adjunct to the treatment of a wide variety of disorders has been advocated for centuries.

Lowered body temperature has been employed to combat cancer, infection, trauma, and central nervous system disease, and as a regional method to produce anesthesia for amputation ().

An examination of the effects of solutions containing histidine and Ectobionale for heart, pancreas and liver preservation in the rat. Transplantation ; – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 9.

Hypothermia has been known for its organ-preservation properties since the Hippocratic era. In the midth century it was introduced into surgical practice for operations on the brain and heart, providing both safety in stopping circulation as well as an appealing bloodless operative field.

Inwell before the era of the heart-lung machine. Preservation of organ function during the period of total circulatory arrest can be achieved by reducing the core temperature of the body. The technique of core cooling combined with cessation of blood flow is termed “deep hypothermic circulatory arrest” (DHCA).Cited by:   Preservation of organ function during the period of total circulatory arrest can be aided by reducing the core temperature of the body.

The technique of core cooling combined with cessation of blood flow is termed “deep hypothermic circulatory arrest” (DHCA).Cited by: Severe Hypothermia: rigid muscles, dazed, shivering has stopped, blue skin, erratic heart beat, unconscious If severe hypothermia sets in, complications can include coma and even death.

Other cold weather injuries are also associated with hypothermia, such as frostbite, chilblains (ulcers on the toes) and trench foot (a foot infection). Changes in Glutathione Peroxidase Activities and the Oxidative Burst of Leukocytes During Inflammation in the Mouse and Rat M.

J. Parnham, C. Bittner & S. Leyck Pages: Since the pioneering report by Griepp inthe use of deep hypothermia for cerebral and visceral organ protection has ushered in the modern era of safe and effective operation on the aortic arch during circulatory arrest ().In large part due to advanced circulatory management strategies, the number of proximal aorta and arch replacements have increased each year sincewith over.NAKADA, T.

A Study of Preservation Solution for and Hour Simple Hypothermic Storage of Canine Lung Transplants. Tohoku J. Exp. Med.,(3), Forty-eight-hr and hr simple hypothermic preservations of the lung were studied on dogs using Cited by: