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New sensor predicts which lung transplants will fail

from IEEE Spectrum

With a tiny chip-based sensor and 30 minutes of time, surgeons could evaluate a lung destined for transplantation and predict whether that donated organ is likely to fail or whether it will save a life. In lung transplant surgery, the clock is ticking. Once surgeons remove the donor lung they have about 7 hours before it's too damaged to be used, and transplant teams often rush the organ via helicopter to the hospital where a desperate recipient is waiting. more


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