The kidney temporary ischemia and it rendering harmless (pp. 157-166)
Authors: Tamaz J. Shioshvili (Dept. of Urology at the State Medical Academy), Tbilisi, GA
Abstract: One of the significant nonspecific damaging factors inevitably accompanying a kidney
transplantation is its ischemia. This problem has a particular importance because along with
the heart and liver, the kidney is in need of extremely intensive blood circulation and reacts to
hypoxia very sensitively [15-19,82,133,166,184,185]. Therefore the research of such an
intricate and high differentiated system as the nervous apparatus in connection with
transplantation is impossible without consideration of ischemic damage of the transplanted
kidney. Therefore, the investigation of consequences of a blocade of the renal blood
circulation, elaboration of measures for their prevention and preservation of the kidney
survival, as very important segments of theoretical and clinical transplantology, also became
subjects of our research.
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