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Pediatric Deceased Donor Liver Transplant Patient Survival

The table below shows survival rates for pediatric liver transplant grafts from deceased donors at UW Hospital and Clinics.
 
A graft refers to the transplanted organ. Graft survival refers to the success of the liver transplant. The expected rate is defined as 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. 
 
  1 Month1 Year3 Years
UW Health 100 100 100
Expected 94.4 90 89.7
National 96.8 94.2 88.6
 
Source: Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR). For patients transplanted between 07/01/2008 and 12/31/2010 for the one-month and one-year models and between 01/01/2006 and 06/30/2008 for the three-year model. Note: Deaths and retransplants are counted as graft failures.
 
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