A new method of “reanimating” donor hearts from those who have died from cardiac failure is being tested in the U.S. and may be able to expand amount of people who can undergo a transplant.
A new method of “reanimating” donor hearts from those who have died from cardiac failure is currently being tested in the U.S. — and may soon help more people in need of a transplant.
At first glance it sounds like a terrible idea to use a heart from someone who died of cardiac failure in a transplant, but maybe it's okay. via
‘Donation after cardiac death’: New heart transplant method being tested for the first time in USA via