Florida hospital enrolls first patient in the study to further understanding how advanced donor organ preservation impacts pediatric patient outcomes.
From Mass Device – Medical Design & Outsourcing
Paragonix Technologies Inc. announced that the University of Florida Health (UF Health) is the first to enroll a pediatric heart transplant recipient into the company’s post-market registry, the Global Utilization And Registry Database for Improved preservAtion of donor HEARTs (GUARDIAN-HEART) Pediatric Registry. The GUARDIAN-HEART Pediatric research initiative joins two other prominent research efforts from Paragonix, the adult GUARDIAN-HEART registry for donor heart preservation and the GUARDIAN-LUNG registry for donor lung preservation, to work alongside clinical partners to collect real-world data on a missing piece of the organ donation and transplantation process: the impact of advanced preservation methods compared to standard methods.
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