Spanish hospitals test artificial liver system
This article was originally published in Clinica
Two Spanish hospitals have begun a year-long trial of a liver support system that uses pig liver cells. The Reina Sofia hospital in Cordoba, Andalucia and the Catalan hospital Clinico de Barcelona will test the device, called HepatAssist, which was developed by Circe Biomedical of Lexington, Massachusetts.
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