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Paragonix Technologies SherpaPak® Improves 1-Year Survival in Heart Transplant Patients in Real-World Study

GUARDIAN Registry data presented at ISHLT 2022 has shown a 72% reduction (p=0.005) in Severe PGD (primary graft dysfunction) and a 39% reduction (p=0.03) in Mechanical Circulatory Support, in addition to improvement in 1-year survival1,2 CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – Paragonix Technologies, Inc., a leading organ preservation provider, announces today groundbreaking research from

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Paragonix Technologies Hosting ISHLT Industry Symposium “Improving Transplant Outcomes with Advanced Donor Heart Preservation & Transport”

Paragonix medical devices featured in multiple seminars and posters at Boston’s ISHLT 2022 Annual Meeting outcomes CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – Paragonix Technologies, Inc., a leading organ preservation provider, is presenting new research on a variety of organ preservation, transportation and clinical data collection topics. These include data presentations comparing the impact of

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Paragonix Technologies Presenting New Organ Preservation Research at the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation 2022 Annual Meeting

Paragonix medical devices featured in multiple seminars and posters at Boston’s ISHLT 2022 Annual Meeting outcomes CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – Paragonix Technologies, Inc., a leading organ preservation provider, is presenting new research on a variety of organ preservation, transportation and clinical data collection topics. These include data presentations comparing the impact of

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University of Virginia Medical Center Completes First Successful Transplant Using the Paragonix SherpaPak® Cardiac Transport System

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – February 8, 2022 – Paragonix Technologies announced the first successful heart transplant at the University of Virginia Medical Center using it’s SherpaPak Cardiac Transport System (CTS). The SherpaPak technology provides a safe and effective way for hearts to be transported during the transplant process. The University of

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