*Wi, Inc.

The device significantly reduces the risk of Delayed Graft Function, even in DCD (donation after cardiac death) organs. Wi, ...

*C1-inhibitor

This form of recombinant C1-inhibitor also has been given orphan drug status for delayed graft function following organ ... Its main function is the inhibition of the complement system to prevent spontaneous activation. C1-inhibitor is an acute-phase ... the carbohydrates are not relevant to the inhibitor function). Therefore, C1-inhibitor has also been produced in glycosylated ...

*Organ donation

... have yielded a device that pumps cold preservation solution through the kidneys vessels to prevent Delayed Graft Function (DGF ... The quality of life of the donor was poor when the graft was lost or the recipient died. Only one country, Iran has eliminated ... The human fetal kidneys demonstrated both growth and function within the rats. Because there are no known cures for many brain ... The verification of death is normally done by a neurologist (a physician specializing in brain function) that is not involved ...

*Pancreas transplantation

Simultaneous deceased donor pancreas and live donor kidney (SPLK) has the benefit of lower rate of delayed graft function than ... Because the pancreas is a vital organ, performing functions necessary in the digestion process, the recipient's native pancreas ... had the idea to renew the urinary drainage technique of the exocrine secretion of the pancreatic graft with segmental graft and ... between the mid 70's to mid 80's where only segmental pancreatic grafts were used... In the late 70's-early 80's, three major ...

*DGF

... may refer to Science and technology: dGH, or degrees of general hardness of water, in chemistry Delayed graft function, in ...

*Bernd Schröppel

... delayed graft function) after clinical transplantation.[citation needed] He was named Medical Director of Mount Sinai's Kidney ... Tubular expression of KIM-1 does not predict delayed function after transplantation, J Am Soc Nephrol, 21:536-542, 2010. PMID ... Islet-expressed TLR2 and TLR4 sense injury and mediate early graft failure after transplantation. Eur J Immunol, 40(10):2914-24 ... A single nucleotide polymorphism of Toll-like receptor 4 identifies the risk of developing graft failure after liver ...

*Non-heart-beating donation

Unlike in kidneys, where delayed graft function simply means a need for dialysis, delayed graft function in livers can be fatal ... In the short-term they are prone to delayed graft function of around 7-14 days (this does not affect long term function in NHBD ... has been shown to have almost identical graft survival times and long-term function as kidneys from brain-stem dead donors. ... On the other hand, delay in cannulation may mean that a patient's strongly held wish to be donor cannot be respected. Many ...

*Nude mouse

The nude mouse is valuable to research because it can receive many different types of tissue and tumor grafts, as it mounts no ... Moreover, the absence of functioning T cells prevents nude mice from rejecting not only allografts, but they cannot even reject ... which require CD4+ and/or CD8+ T cells delayed-type hypersensitivity responses (require CD4+ T cells) killing of virus-infected ... Skinny pig Earmouse A nude mouse can accept tissue grafts from a variety of species. ...

*Tengion

... and the Neo-Kidney Augment to prevent or delay dialysis by increasing renal function in patients with advanced chronic kidney ... which targets various blood vessel applications consisting of vascular access grafts, arterio-venous, and shunts for patients ... the Neo-Bladder Replacement to serve as a functioning bladder, eliminating the need for an ostomy bag, for patients who have ...

*Proinflammatory cytokine

Interferon-gamma causes delayed suppression and acute stimulation of the 40 pS K+ channel. Also, TGF-beta activates the KCa3.1 ... A proinflammatory cytokine affects functions of transporters and ion channels from the nephron. As a result, there is a change ... Teshima T, Reddy P, Zeiser R (Jan 2016). "Acute Graft-versus-Host Disease: Novel Biological Insights". Biology of Blood and ... Henden AS, Hill GR (May 2015). "Cytokines in Graft-versus-Host Disease". Journal of Immunology. 194 (10): 4604-12. doi:10.4049/ ...

*Electrical burn

This may be delayed for some days or weeks after the initial injury. The following are some examples of unsafe practices which ... Electrical burning has an effect on most vital body functions and is accompanied by several other electrical related injuries: ... Burn treatment for severe wounds may require skin grafting, debridement, excision of dead tissue, and repair of damaged organs ...

*Impeachment investigations of United States federal officials

Graff (1996), p. 115 (essay by Richard B. Latner) "Hinds' Precedents, Volume 3 - Chapter 64 - Function of the House in ... which was supposed to be acted upon in September but was delayed until after the election. On December 6, 2016, the House voted ... Graff, Henry F., ed. (1996). The Presidents: a Reference History (2nd ed.). "Volume III, Chapter LXXVII" (PDF). Hinds' ... 67 Graff (1996), p. 148 (essay by Richard P. McCormick) ...

*Kevin R. Stone

... of the patients obtained improvement in pain and function scores. A study on the efficacy of the paste graft procedure for ... replacement of the meniscus permits the arthritic patient to have improved pain relief and knee joint function as well as delay ... "Articular Cartilage Paste Grafting to Full-Thickness Articular Cartilage Knee Joint Lesions: A 2-12 year Follow Up". ... This program is underway at The Stone Clinic and includes a stem cell with shell graft approach to replacing the articular ...

*Tissue expansion

These treatments delay the tissue expansion process by approximately four to eight weeks. Tissue expanders have silicone outer ... The two main indications for choosing tissue expansion over hair grafting are the size and shape of the defect relative to ... making it a longer tube so it can function like a foreskin. Foreskin restoration Mitosis Stretching (body piercing) Hypertrophy ... Areas of significant scarring and/or tissue atrophy, which is likely to make hair grafting unsuccessful, are best excised and ...

*CherryOS

Maui X-Stream president Jim Kartes denied that CherryOS had grafted in PearPC code, and on March 24, 2005, a spokesperson for ... After a delay, CherryOS 1.0 was released in its final form on March 8, 2005. Maui-X Stream initially offered a free copy for ... "the fact that they were designed to perform similar functions," and that "there are some functionalities that can only be done ... and that one of the CherryOS programmers had since been fired for directly grafting elements of PearPC code into the release. A ...

*Corneal transplantation

The graft is taken from a recently dead individual with no known diseases or other factors that may affect the chance of ... Different types of contact lenses may be used to delay or eliminate the need for corneal transplantation in corneal disorders. ... The majority of corneal transplants result in significant improvement in visual function for many years or a lifetime. In cases ... Graft failure can occur at any time after the cornea has been transplanted, even years or decades later. The causes can vary, ...

*List of races in Farscape

The function of the human kidneys as a means of toxin removal has been replaced by a single organ named the paraphoral nerve. ... Among the known advantages granted by their creators is a delay in the gestation of the fetus, eyesight significantly keener ... serious damage to the organ could only be healed using a graft from a compatible donor; by the end of the 1st season a ... The tenkas have no muscular function but are sensitive to pleasure and pain. Males' scalps are bald but they have beards that ...

*Management of scoliosis

If the suppository does not work, a laxative may be continued at home to keep the bowels in full function. When first returning ... New implants that aim to delay spinal fusion and to allow more spinal growth in young children have been developed. For the ... Thoracoplasty may also be performed to obtain bone grafts from the ribs instead of the pelvis, regardless of whether a rib hump ... A well fit and functioning scoliosis brace provides comfort when it is supporting the deformity and redirecting the body into a ...

*Eosinophilic myocarditis

It differs from other drug reactions in that it: a) is caused by a particular set of drugs; b) typically occurs after a delay ... In conducting these functions, eosinophils enter tissues that they do not normally occupy. When overproduced and over-activated ... Eosinophils also participate in transplant rejection, Graft-versus-host disease, the destruction or walling off of foreign ... Eosinophils normally function to neutralize invading microbes, primarily parasites but also certain types of fungi and viruses ...

*Phase problem

The Patterson function gives a large value in a position which corresponds to interatomic vectors. This method can be applied ... and reemit the X-rays after a delay, inducing a phase shift in all of the reflections, known as the anomalous dispersion effect ... where a similar molecule's already-known phases are grafted onto the intensities of the molecule at hand, which are ...

*Hyperbaric medicine

Delayed radiation injury (soft tissue and bony necrosis); Skin grafts and flaps (compromised); Thermal burns. Evidence is ... those who received room air had significantly better mobility and social functioning. Children receiving HBOT were reported to ... "Skin Grafts and Flaps Compromised". Retrieved 2011-08-21. Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society. "Thermal Burns". Retrieved ... which delayed therapeutic applications until 1937, when Behnke and Shaw first used it in the treatment of decompression ...

*Breast reconstruction

It is a large flat muscle which can be employed without significant loss of function. It can be moved into the breast defect ... In nearly all cases of delayed breast reconstruction tissue must be borrowed from another part of the body to make the new ... The use of acellular human or animal dermal grafts have been described as an onlay patch to increase coverage of the implant ... Many patients undergoing delayed breast reconstruction have been previously treated with radiation or have had a reconstruction ...

*Fingolimod

P., Yamasaki, M., Brodie, M.S., Terrar, D.A., and Solaro, R. J. Regulation of L-type calcium channel and delayed rectifier ... Finally, fingolimod has been also found to have other molecular targets and functions. Fingolimod has been reported to be a ... Showing positive results in both in vitro (mixed lymphocyte reaction) and in vivo screening (prolonging rat skin graft survival ... Pak1 has been shown to regulate many cellular functions in the heart including cell growth, survival, and motility. Pak1 has ...

*Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

No history of receipt of cadaveric human pituitary growth hormone or a dura mater graft. No history of CJD in a first degree ... If persistent painful sensory symptoms exist, ≥4 months delay in the development of the neurologic signs is not required). A ... without any apparent difference in normal function. Of the overall Caucasian population, about 40% have two methionine- ...

*Transplant rejection

Graft survival and patient mortality is approximately the same between ABOi and ABO-compatible (ABOc) recipients. While focus ... The term chronic rejection initially described long-term loss of function in transplanted organs via fibrosis of the ... to treatment-only retransplant generally indicated if feasible-though inhaled ciclosporin is being investigated to delay or ... Current research tends to focus on Th1 and Th17 which mediate allograft rejection via the CD4 and CD8 T cells Graft-versus-host ...

*Grover Cleveland

8-10 Graff, 3-4; Nevins, 8-10 Graff, 3-4 Nevins, 6 Nevins, 9 Graff, 7 Nevins, 10; Graff, 3 Nevins, 11; Graff, 8-9 Nevins, 11 ... Although completion of the four steel-hulled warships begun under the previous administration was delayed due to a corruption ... Cleveland Hall houses the offices of the college president, vice presidents, and other administrative functions and student ... Graff, 26-27 Tugwell, 68-70 Graff, 26; Nevins, 101-103 Nevins, 103-104 Nevins, 105 Graff, 28 Graff, 35 Graff, 35-36 Nevins, 114 ...