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Regeneration of Severely Damaged Lungs Using an Interventional Cross-Circulation Platform
A common cause of donor lung unsuitability is aspiration pneumonitis. Pig lungs experimentally damaged by aspiration of gastric contents were supported using cross-circulation with a living swine donor, resulting in cellular regeneration and substantial recovery.