From 8-10 September 2017, the 18th ISAD conference will take place in Rostock-Hohe Düne, Germany. This year’s conference title is “Rebalancing Hepatic Recovery and Secondary Organ Failure Progression“. Members of the ALIVER consortium will be present and Banwari Agarwal (London, UK) will present 'Detoxification and endotoxin removal combined in AoCLF - the ALIVER-EU study'. To find out more, view the final programme online.
The ALIVER Consortium has developed a novel and innovative liver dialysis machine that will help the liver to naturally regenerate or, where that does not prove possible, to keep patients alive and healthy until a donated liver becomes available. DIALIVE has been demonstrated to be effective in pre-clinical tests. Two universities, four hospitals, two foundations and four industrial partners including EASL, will work together to deliver DIALIVE.
To find out more about the ALIVER project, visit the website: www.aliver.info