The role of donor, preop- erative, intraoperative, and postop- erative factors in predicting patient survival after liver transplantation was evaluated by the Bio Medicus data package on a database contain- ing 162 variables filled with records from 100 consecutive first-liver transplant cases. Donor data did not predict outcome. Recipient preop- erative data (Child status, HCV sta- tus) were predictive using life table and Cox regression methods. Recip- ient intraoperative data (by-pass time, warm ischemia time, delay in arterial revascularization, and packed red blood cell requirements) were predictive of outcome using life table analysis. Recipient post- operative data (rejection, sepsis, primary dysfunction, and hepatic ar- tery thrombosis) were predictive of outcome.

Avolio, A. W., Agnes, S., Castagneto, M., Chirico, A., Montemagno, S., Preoperative recipient data and immunosuppression levels are predictive of early patient survival after liver transplantation, <<TRANSPLANT INTERNATIONAL>>, 1998; 1998 (11 Suppl 1): S224-S230 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/37110]

Preoperative recipient data and immunosuppression levels are predictive of early patient survival after liver transplantation

Avolio, Alfonso Wolfango;Agnes, Salvatore;Castagneto, Marco;
1998

Abstract

The role of donor, preop- erative, intraoperative, and postop- erative factors in predicting patient survival after liver transplantation was evaluated by the Bio Medicus data package on a database contain- ing 162 variables filled with records from 100 consecutive first-liver transplant cases. Donor data did not predict outcome. Recipient preop- erative data (Child status, HCV sta- tus) were predictive using life table and Cox regression methods. Recip- ient intraoperative data (by-pass time, warm ischemia time, delay in arterial revascularization, and packed red blood cell requirements) were predictive of outcome using life table analysis. Recipient post- operative data (rejection, sepsis, primary dysfunction, and hepatic ar- tery thrombosis) were predictive of outcome.
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Avolio, A. W., Agnes, S., Castagneto, M., Chirico, A., Montemagno, S., Preoperative recipient data and immunosuppression levels are predictive of early patient survival after liver transplantation, <<TRANSPLANT INTERNATIONAL>>, 1998; 1998 (11 Suppl 1): S224-S230 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/37110]
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