Clinical Experience with Cardiac Xenotransplantation

  • S. Taniguchi
  • D. K. C. Cooper


There have been nine reported clinical investigations of cardiac xenotransplantation into humans (Table 1). Both concordant and discordant donor organs have been used.


Heart Lung Transplant Hyperacute Rejection Vascular Rejection Aortic Valve Insufficiency Cardiopulmonary Bypass Support 
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