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    Submission Open 01.01.2017
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    Submission Closed 15.07.2017
  • We are here
    Selected Projects Announced 28.09.2017
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    Global Grad Show 13.10.2017
13-17 November 2018
Submission Open 01.01.2017
WE ARE HERE Submission Closed 15.07.2017
14-18 November 2017 13.10.2017
Global Grad Show 13.10.2017

University of Applied Sciences, FH Joanneum Graz

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Sanctum

Sanctum is an advanced system for the transportation of donor hearts.

It builds upon the Organ Care System, a method designed by Transmedics to keep organs in a warm, functioning state outside of the body. Sanctum improves the process of cannulation, providing a better connection of tubes to the heart vessels and allowing the imitation of blood flow. This enables the connected tubes to engage immediately and automatically with the heart’s system of circulation. The flexible chassis of the Sanctum system allows it be quickly folded to slide into the back of a car, or compressed and lifted into an aircraft, cutting out time-consuming tampering and enabling the prompt and smooth transportation of donor hearts, increasing the number of accessible patients.

University of Applied Sciences, FH Joanneum Graz

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www.fh-joanneum.at
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Sanctum

Sanctum is an advanced system for the transportation of donor hearts.

It builds upon the Organ Care System, a method designed by Transmedics to keep organs in a warm, functioning state outside of the body. Sanctum improves the process of cannulation, providing a better connection of tubes to the heart vessels and allowing the imitation of blood flow. This enables the connected tubes to engage immediately and automatically with the heart’s system of circulation. The flexible chassis of the Sanctum system allows it be quickly folded to slide into the back of a car, or compressed and lifted into an aircraft, cutting out time-consuming tampering and enabling the prompt and smooth transportation of donor hearts, increasing the number of accessible patients.

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