Dialysis, organ transplant may increase odds for certain types of cancer.
Overall one- and ten-year survival rates of the transplanted organs in commercial recipients compared with controls were 91% and 22% vs. 98% and 44%.
Meta-analysis suggests a 9% decreased 5-year mortality risk associated with pre-transplant peritoneal dialysis versus hemodialysis.
The association is independent of anemia, according to researchers.
10% rise in antibiotic resistance would lead to 2,100 more deaths, 40,000 more infections yearly.
Found to have higher mortality, readmission, surgical costs after controlling for patient factors.
Reduction in left ventricular hypertrophy predicts a decreased long-term risk of death and cardiovascular events, study finds.
Hypomagnesemia after a kidney transplant is associated with a 58% increased risk of new-onset diabetes.
Researchers find an association between late-onset BK virus nephropathy and less adherence to screening guidelines.
Kidneys from blood culture positive donors are not associated with graft and patient survival, however.
Findings in de novo kidney recipients receiving no pharmacologic CMV prophylaxis.
Review indicates that doctors who operate the night before another surgery do well.
They have double the risk of invasive melanoma and triple the risk of dying from it.
Patients who listened to music had less pain, anxiety, and analgesia use after their operations, compared with patients receiving routine care or non-drug interventions.
Findings among end-stage renal disease patients initiating dialysis in Georgia.
The main independent determinants are circulating donor-specific anti-HLA antibody and cold ischemia time.
From 1988 to 2010, establishment of organ donation registries, tax incentives, and paid leave have had no significant effect.
Risk of delayed graft function is reduced when donors are maintained at a temperature of 93.2° to 95° F prior to kidney harvesting after death.
No difference between defined BMI bands in patient or graft survival for transplanted patients.
Female kidney recipients have a nearly 7-fold higher risk of UTI than their male counterparts.
Limited effect among adult patients during 5 years following kidney transplantation.
Donor and recipient outcomes are similar to those associated with laparoscopic removal of left donor kidneys.
Highest versus lowest intake associated with a 67% and 88% lower risk of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality, respectively.
It's time to reward people willing to save a stranger, researchers say.
While whites more likely to donate, report found race not the only driving factor.
Their risk of a stroke was 46% lower than that of dialysis patients.
Although ban was lifted on such surgeries in 2013, none have taken place, researchers say.
The researchers found that 96% of donors reported one or more direct costs, totaling $101,484 (mean $523).
Patients discharged with home health or to a skilled nursing facility also were more likely to be readmitted.
At the end of a 22-year study period, the 1- and 3-year risk of graft loss did not differs significantly between black and white recipients.
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