Insights – Paolo Muiesan Memorial Webinars – Update on clinical trials with machine perfusion
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- To present ongoing and planned clinical trials on the role of in- and ex-situ perfusion techniques in liver transplantation.
- The study design and relevant endpoints with their impact on the future routine use of this technology will be in focus.
- Experts with the use of perfusion technology discuss various challenges with clinical trials.
- Paolo Muiesan memorial webinars’ introduction – Andrea Schlegel and Gabriela Berlakovich
- Relevant endpoints for clinical trials with machine perfusion – Paulo Martins
- Ongoing and future trials with Normothermic machine perfusion and regional perfusion – Hynek Mergental
- Ongoing and future trials with Hypothermic oxygenated perfusion – Vincent De Meijer
- Q&A moderated by Paulo Martins and Yuri Boteon
- Closing Remarks
This webinar is supported by Bridge to Life
ILTS would like to thank Bridge to Life for their generous support for the production of this webinar. Bridge to Life has had no influence on the content, and full editorial control remains the sole responsibility of ILTS.
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MD, FEBS - Milan Policlinico, Milan, Italy
MD - Medical University of Vienna Vienna, Austria
Associate Professor, MD, PhD - Transplant Division, Department of Surgery, University of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA
MD, PhD - Liver Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University Hospitals Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Vincent De Meijer
Professor of Surgery and Head of Liver Transplantation, MD, PhD - Department of Surgery, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands
Associate Professor, MD, PhD - Liver Unit, Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein