Organ Preservation Products

Our LS-A™ Abdominal Organ Transplant Solution and LS-T™ Thoracic Organ Transplant Solution - both in pre-clinical development - have outperformed the ‘Gold Standard’ solutions which are currently used globally.

LS-A™

Developed for abdominal organs – a next generation organ preservation solution for use during perfusion, retrieval, hypothermic storage and pre-implant preparation of kidney, liver and pancreas.

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LS-T™

A next generation organ preservation and cardioplegia solution for thoracic organs. Developed for use during perfusion, retrieval, hypothermic storage and pre-implant preparation of heart and lung. 

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Advanced Organ Preservation Product Pipeline

LS-A and LS-T are currently in pre-clinical development. In addition, OPSL has a carefully selected portfolio of products in early stage development aimed at enhancing the organ transplantation process to further improve patient and clinical outcomes.

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About OPSL

Organ Preservation Solutions Ltd.

OPSL was founded in 2016 to build upon a significant body of research and development carried out at St James's University Hospital, a part of the Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, funded by Brightstar Partners and incubated by Medipex Innovation Hub.

The People Behind OPSL

The team behind OPSL have the experience and the knowledge required to create the new standard in organ transplant solutions.

Prof J Peter A Lodge

Prof J Peter A Lodge

Co-founder

Dr David Potts

Dr David Potts

Co-founder

Mal Jarmolowicz

Mal Jarmolowicz

CEO

Dr Clare Lankester

Dr Clare Lankester

Senior Development Manager

Seun Olarewaju

Seun Olarewaju

Quality Manager

Richard Clark

Richard Clark

Director, Medipex | OPSL Director

Tony Rabar

Tony Rabar

Managing Partner, Brightstar Partners | OPSL Director

Minsoo Kang

Minsoo Kang

Kiwoon Investment | OPSL Director

Latest News

Hundreds of transplants missed each year because families don’t know what relative wanted

More than three families a week are saying no to organ donation because they didn’t know what their relative wanted. This means around 460 lifesaving organ transplants are being missed each year. Left with the burden of making a decision for someone they love, the families decide it is safer to say no. NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people to tell their families they want become lifesaving organ donors. The reluctance to talk about the issue is contributing to a deadly shortage of organs and leaving families to make a difficult decision when someone they love dies.

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