Flow Measurement Solutions
for Transplant Surgery

Products to Reduce Allograft Risk

Intraoperative blood flow measurements in transplant surgery identify impaired blood flow before closure, quantitatively assess flow quickly, and document restored flow

In addition to checking the quality of anastomoses in liver, renal, pancreatic, lung and heart transplant surgeries, intraoperative volume flow measurements identify potential kinking of conduits, particularly veins, and help identify donor-to-recipient mismatches. 

No other flow technology produces flow data as quickly, accurately, and non-intrusively during transplant surgery as Transonic transit-time ultrasound intraoperative flow measurements.

Transonic intraoperative flow measurements can:

  • Help reduce risk of allograft failure
  • Identify impaired blood flow before closure
  • Document restored flow

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Transplant Products

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COnfidence Flowprobes
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Vascular Flowprobes
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Optima Meters

Transplant Resources

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Video
Living Donor Liver Transplant A2ALL Protocol Video
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Literature Pack
Reduce Allograft Risk with Intraoperative Blood Flow Measurements
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References
Key Liver Transplant Publications
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References
Renal Transplant Key Flow Publications
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Publication Brief
Modulation of graft vascular inflow guided by flowmetry and manometry in liver transplantation.