Meet us at European Sociaty of Organ Transplantation (ESOT) in Milan, Aug 29 -Sept 1

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XVIVO will participate at European Sociaty of  Organ Transplantation (ESOT)  held between Aug 29 -Sept 1 in Milan, Italy and virtually.

XVIVO would like to welcome both participants on-site and virtual to our booth #12 and our Industry Symposia;

Extending Horizons in Abdominal Transplantation

Monday Aug 30th, -21 at 13:15 – 14:45 CET Room C – Yellow

In organ transplantation, the lack of donated organs suitable for transplantation remains a challenge and has resulted in an increased use organs from marginal donors including DCD. The use of machine perfusion has emerged as a means to mitigate the risk associated to the use of high risk organs. In this symposia some of the
leading experts will summarize the promising results from some of the latest landmark studies in the area of machine perfusion in abdominal transplantation.


Rutger Ploeg  – University of Oxford, UK
Stefan Schneeberger – Medizinische Universität Innsbruck, CH

Speakers and topics

The importance of oxygen during hypothermic kidney perfusion – results of the COPE-COMPARE trial
Ina Jochmans – UZ Leuven, BE

HOPE for human livers
Philipp Dutkowski – US Zürich, CH

Cost effectiveness of HOPE in human liver transplantation. Experiences from the HOPE ECD-DBD trial
Georg Lurje – Charite Berlin, DE

Combined hypothermic and normothermic machine perfusion of high-risk donor livers
Robert Porte – UMC Groningen, NL

XVIVO will be at the ESOT congress in Milan to exhibit and participate with our perfusion machines at the Machine Perfusion Track in the ESOT Education Zone. Make sure to secure a spot at the Machine Perfusion Track, you may find information on how to sign-up here:

Our technology saves organs so others can save lives. Please do visit XVIVO’s booth #12 and learn more about our products and our offer. Our XVIVO team will be happy to meet!

To sign-up or have a look at ESOT’s extensive program, please visit:

We believe in an extended life for all organs. Nobody should die waiting for a new organ.