Kidney Disease
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Transplant Volumes & Outcomes

Indiana University Health is committed to providing the best patient care possible, with the overall goal of continually improving outcomes. Collecting data is one way to improve patient care. Our transplant program consistently assesses procedures and practice to determine the best protocols. Data is collected on one-year survival (adult and pediatric patients), one-year graft survival (adult and pediatric), months spent on transplant wait list, and transplant rate.

For more information on specific transplant volumes and outcomes available from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients*, read the following reports:

Intestine/Multivisceral Program [PDF]

Pancreas Program [PDF]

Liver Program [PDF]

Heart Program [PDF]

Lung Program [PDF]

Kidney Program [PDF]

*Available at srtr.org

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Transplant Volumes & Outcomes

Indiana University Health is committed to providing the best patient care possible, with the overall goal of continually improving outcomes. Collecting data is one way to improve patient care. Our transplant program consistently assesses procedures and practice to determine the best protocols. Data is collected on one-year survival (adult and pediatric patients), one-year graft survival (adult and pediatric), months spent on transplant wait list, and transplant rate.

For more information on specific transplant volumes and outcomes available from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients*, read the following reports:

Intestine/Multivisceral Program [PDF]

Pancreas Program [PDF]

Liver Program [PDF]

Heart Program [PDF]

Lung Program [PDF]

Kidney Program [PDF]

*Available at srtr.org

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