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ПРОФИЛАКТИКА И ЛЕЧЕНИЕ ИШЕМИЧЕСКИ-РЕПЕРФУЗИОННЫХ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЙ ПРИ ТРАНСПЛАНТАЦИИ ПЕЧЕНИ – ВОЗМОЖНЫЙ ПУТЬ К РАСШИРЕНИЮ ДОНОРСКОГО ПУЛА

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Аннотация

Дефицит донорских органов индуцирует поиск альтернативных путей увеличения донорского пула. Од- ним из таковых является расширение критериев маргинального донора. Применение трансплантатов печени от доноров данной группы сопряжено с высоким риском развития ранней дисфункции транс- плантата, в основе которого лежит ишемически-реперфузионное повреждение (ИРП) печени. В связи с этим в обзоре рассмотрены основные этапы патогенеза ИРП печени, а также современные методы его профилактики и лечения. 

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Д. Л. Цой
Отделение трансплантации почки и печени (зав. – проф. Я.Г. Мойсюк ) ФГБУ «ФНЦ трансплантологии и искусственных органов им. акад. В.И. Шумакова» Минздрава России (директор – академик РАМН, проф. С.В. Готье), Москва, Российская Федерация
Россия


Я. Г. Мойсюк
Отделение трансплантации почки и печени (зав. – проф. Я.Г. Мойсюк ) ФГБУ «ФНЦ трансплантологии и искусственных органов им. акад. В.И. Шумакова» Минздрава России (директор – академик РАМН, проф. С.В. Готье), Москва, Российская Федерация Кафедра трансплантологии и искусственных органов (зав. – академик РАМН, проф. С.В. Готье), ГБОУ ВПО «Первый МГМУ им. Сеченова» (ректор – член-корр. РАМН, проф. П.В. Глыбочко), Москва, Российская Федерация
Россия


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Цой Д.Л., Мойсюк Я.Г. ПРОФИЛАКТИКА И ЛЕЧЕНИЕ ИШЕМИЧЕСКИ-РЕПЕРФУЗИОННЫХ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЙ ПРИ ТРАНСПЛАНТАЦИИ ПЕЧЕНИ – ВОЗМОЖНЫЙ ПУТЬ К РАСШИРЕНИЮ ДОНОРСКОГО ПУЛА. Вестник трансплантологии и искусственных органов. 2013;15(3):102-114. https://doi.org/10.15825/1995-1191-2013-3-102-114

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Tsoy D.L., Moysyuk Y.G. PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION-POSSIBLE WAY TO EXPAND THE DONOR POOL. Russian Journal of Transplantology and Artificial Organs. 2013;15(3):102-114. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15825/1995-1191-2013-3-102-114

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