Early organ function could be compromised with DCD transplantation due to a prolonged warm ischemic time associated with withdrawal of life support, the subsequent declaration of cardiac death, and the time of cannulation for flushing and cooling.
What does WIT stand for?
WIT stands for Warm Ischemic Time (organ transplantation)
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- Women's International Shipping and Trading Association
- Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Steuerstrafrecht (German magazine on laws)
- Women in Science, Technology, Trades and Engineering
- Wiesbaden International Summer University
- Wuhan Iron and Steel University (China)
- Wismut Umwelttechnik GmbH (Chemnitz, Germany)
- Wisconsin Weatherization Assistance Program
- Western Idaho Shear Zone (geological feature)
- Waktu Indonesia Timur (Eastern Indonesian Time zone)
- Warhead Impact Target
- Warrior in Transition (Army)
- Washington Improv Theatre
- Washington International Teleport
- Waste Industry Training (online education)
- Water Investigation Tool
- Water-Induced Thermotherapy
- Waterford Institute of Technology
- Waterfront Integration Test
- Wave Imaging Technology, Inc. (Houston, TX and Denver, CO)
- We Integrate Technology
Samples in periodicals archive:
7] This group demonstrates an evolving DCD program, with improvements in procedural tasks during procurement and subsequent reduction in warm ischemic times.
Kwiecien, DVM, MSc, PhD , Anil Kapoor, MD, FRCSC  Introduction Traditionally, 30 minutes was defined as the threshold for renal warm ischemic time (WIT) in open surgery.