Pancreas - Kidney Transplant Statistics, University of Wisconsin Hospital - Madison
“Graft survival” means the length of time the new organs work after the transplant surgery. This is different than “patient survival” which refers to the patient being alive. The first graph shows patient survival for those receiving a combined kidney and pancreas transplant. The next two grafts show the graft survival for the pancreas, and then for the kidney.
For the most up to date information on both patient and graft survival rates here and at other transplant centers please refer to our website: www.uwhealth.org/transplant or the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) website: www.unos.org.
Source: Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients. www.srtr.org. . Represents patients transplanted from 1/1/07 to 6/30/09 for the 1 month and 1 year Cohorts; between 7/1/04 and 12/31/06 for the 3 year Cohort. The expected rate is the rate that would be expected for the patients served by this center, given the characteristic mix of the recipient and donor (age, disease, blood type, etc.) and the experience of similar patients in the entire country. Data published 1/2010
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Last Updated: 03/20/2012
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