Survival of recipients of livers from donation after circulatory death who are relisted and undergo retransplant for graft failure
from American Journal of Transplantation
Use of grafts from donation after circulatory death as a strategy to increase the pool of transplantable livers has been limited due to poorer recipient outcomes compared with donation after brain death. We examined outcomes of recipients of failed DCD grafts who were selected for relisting with regard to waitlist mortality and patient and graft survival after retransplant.
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