Paragonix SherpaPak™
KIDNEY Transport System

A single-use, disposable cold storage device intended to standardize and control donor kidney preservation and transport.

The Paragonix SherpaPak™ Kidney Transport System is intended to be used for the static hypothermic preservation of kidney organs during transportation and eventual transplantation into a recipient using cold storage solutions indicated for use with this organ.

The Paragonix SherpaPak™ Kidney Transport System can maintain the donor organ storage temperature between 4°C and 8°C through 24 hours. Please review the instructions for use for complete prescribing information including indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions.

Caution: Federal (US) law restricts this device to sale by or an the order of a licensed health care practitioner. Please refer to Instructions for Use for full prescribing information. Cleared indication is for 24 hour use. Data on File. Patents issued and pending.

Kidney Exploded 800x1200 KEEP

Dual Canister: Easy to carry, pressure controlled, leak-proof and rigid to safeguard the kidney.

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Temperature Probe: Continuously measures heart solution temperature during storage and preservation.

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SherpaCool Ribbons: Consistent storage temperature  validated for 40+ hours.

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Datalogger: Continuously displays temperature during storage and preservation.

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Bluetooth Data: Real-time Bluetooth® reporting to mobile devices.

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Controlled
Temperature Range

No temperature gradients across donor kidney.

Fully Suspended
and Immersed

Two rigid sterile canisters plus the SherpaPak shipper provide triple barrier protection of the kidney.

Data Reporting
and Monitoring

Continuously measures and displays temperature during storage and transport.

FDA Cleared and
CE Marked Device

Use with any FDA-cleared, effective preservation solution indicated for donor kidney.

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