P - Poster Session
Donation and Procurement Posters

Monday July 02, 2018 | 16:30 to 17:30
Room: Hall 10 - Exhibition
Track: Donation & Procurement


Dr. Kun-Ming Chan, Taiwan
Impact of donor with positive bacterial infections in deceased donor liver transplantation

Prof. Mamoru Kusaka, Japan
Increased serum sodium values in a brain-dead donor do not influence the long-term kidney function

Mr. Jinwoo Seo, Korea
Causes of rejection for organ donation by family of deceased donor

Mr. Jan Lukac, Finland
Donor brain death alters plasma protein levels and is dependent of cause of death

Ms. Eunji Lee, Korea
Analysis of the reasons donor families donate organs for organ transplantation

Mr. Binay Gurung, United Kingdom
Role of body mass index in determining outcomes after renal transplantation: A retrospective single-centre observational study

Dr. Noble Gracious Sr., India
Survival analysis of deceased donor organ transplantation in a third world country

Ms. Erika Rademaker, Netherlands
Impact of extraction time during organ procurement on kidney function after transplantation

Dr. Juraj Miklušica, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
Donor body mass index as a risk factor for delayed onset of graft function

Dr. Mercedes M Ruiz Hernández, Spain
Experience with hypothermic machine perfusion in extended criteria donors. Functional outcomes

Dr. Besher Al-Attar, Saudi Arabia
Impact of logistics with the cold ischemia time of utilized deceased organs in KSA; years 2015-2016

Dr. Alicia Villar-Arias, Spain
Use of the capnometry as a renal graft evolution predictor in uncontrolled cardiac arrest death donors

Dr. Faissal Shaheen, Saudi Arabia
Features of deceased kidney transplantation in KSA; 2014-2016

Dr. Amy Hort, Australia
Assessment of optimal liver graft size in OLT

Mrs. Agne Laucyte-Cibulskiene, Lithuania
A successful implementation of laparoscopic living donor nephrectomy: First experience in Lithuania

Dr. Hassan Ali Aleid, Saudi Arabia
Kidney related issues leads the medical reasons to exclude potential living kidney donors from donation in Saudi Arabia

Prof. Anant Kumar, India
Standard vs modified technique of laparoscopic donor nephrectomy

Dr. Xavier Torres, Spain
Which Spanish living kidney donors fear post donation kidney failure?

Dr. Anwar Naqvi, Pakistan
Challenges of renal transplantation in Asia

Dr. Carlos E Pregno, Argentina
Crossed transplant: A strategy that maximizes benefits and minimizes risks

Mrs. Julia Mróz, Poland
Comparison of formulas estimating GFR with scintigraphy-measured GFR in living kidney donor candidates

Dr. Mohammad Nadjafi-Semnani, Iran
Living unrelated kidney transplantation: Does it prevent deceased donor kidney transplantation growth?

Mr. Łukasz Białek, Poland
Usefulness of serum uromodulin and beta trace protein (BTP) in evaluation of glomerular filtration rate in living kidney donor candidates

Dr. Rafael A Maldonado, Argentina
Argentine survey on the current situation of renal transplantation living donor

Ms. Tien Ngoc My Le, Viet Nam
Transperitoneal Laparoscopic Living Donor Nephrectomy: Are High Body Mass Index and Multiple Renal Arteries Still Risk Factors for Complication?

Dr. Deepak S Ray, India
Long term evaluation of marginal living kidney donor

Dr. Jordi Rovira, Spain
The combination of ultrasound and cold storage improves kidney graft viability and survival in experimental transplantation

Dr. Masahide Otani, Japan
The effects of purification perfusate during subnormothermic machine perfusion for porcine liver donated after cardiac death

Miss Merel B.F. Pool, Netherlands
Normothermic machine perfusion of ischaemically damaged porcine kidneys with autologous, allogeneic and human red blood cells

Dr. Naotake Akutsu, Japan
Effectivity of hypothermic machine perfusion preservation for non-heart-beating donor kidney transplantation in Japan

Dr. Sally R Black, United Kingdom
Clinical outcomes of kidney transplant recipients with positive perfusion fluid cultures: A single centre retrospective study

Dr. Andrew Yeung, Mauritius
Tech 4X40-40: A no-pump technique for transplantation preservation procedures

Prof. Hiroyuki Furukawa, Japan
Survey results following the establishment of educational program in multi-organ procurement with simulation using large animals

Dr. Laura A. Hickman, United States
Organ utilization following drug overdose death is variable by region in the United States

Mr. Ersin Elgin, Turkey
The relationship between marginal and non-marginal kidney transplants

Dr. Qianli Ma, P.R. China
Analysis of the lung donors in the Chinese mainland

Dr. Marina Minina, Russian Federation
The role of clinical and morphological factors in evaluation of donor liver suitability for transplantation

Dr. Maria Paula Gómez, Spain
International Registry in Organ Donation and Transplantation (IRODAT) - 2016 worldwide data

Ms. Alicija Vileito, Netherlands
Needs for a paediatric organ and tissue donation protocol: An overview of the literature

Mr. Ohhyuk Yun, Korea
Analysis of reasons for rejection and discontinuance of tissue donation in Korea

Mr. Jaime Marco, Spain
Evolution of donation and transplantation after circulatory death activities (2012-2016): review of the newsletter Transplant of the Council of Europe

Miss Vanessa Silva e Silva, Canada
Understanding the influence of inter-professional relational networks within organ donation programs in Ontario: A research protocol and preliminary results

Dr. Hernando Trujillo, Spain
Analysis of the incidence of brain death per functioning ventilator in the intensive care units of a general hospital

Dr. Rosemary O'Meeghan, United States
Change the hospital culture - make donation routine

Mr. Ali Çevik, Turkey
The factors affecting the awareness about transplantation and decision of organ donation in Istanbul, Turkey

Dr. Luis D. Rojas, Argentina
Follow-up on donor family

Dr. Pablo Lozano, Spain
Donor risk index could be a predictor of “resistant to flow” liver grafts

Prof. Francisco Gonzalez-Martinez, Uruguay
Solvable mortality in Latin America related with lack of organ for transplantation

Ms. Sylwia Gawronska, Poland
Criminalliability of Medical Professionals who Engage in Organ Trafficking and Human Trafficking for the Purpose of Organ Removal, and their Obligations to Assist in Preventing and Curbing these Crimes

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