Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

Surgeons pack donated organs on ice while racing them to transplant patients but it may be time for a warmer approach. British researchers said Wednesday that keeping at least some livers at body temperature instead may work better.

 
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Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

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Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

Surgeons pack donated organs on ice while racing them to transplant patients but it may be time for a warmer approach. British researchers said Wednesday that keeping at ...