To determine whether the physiologically oxygenated arterial blood reversed in the portal system by means of portal vein arterialization (PVA) through an extracorporeal device which we have called L.E.O2.NARDO (Liver Extracorporeal Oxygen. NARDO) is effective in treating swine with subtotal hepatectomy leading to acute liver failure (ALF).

An experimental pilot study on controlled portal vein arterialization with an extracorporeal device in the swine model of partial liver resection and ischemia

Montalti, R;
2006

Abstract

To determine whether the physiologically oxygenated arterial blood reversed in the portal system by means of portal vein arterialization (PVA) through an extracorporeal device which we have called L.E.O2.NARDO (Liver Extracorporeal Oxygen. NARDO) is effective in treating swine with subtotal hepatectomy leading to acute liver failure (ALF).
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