About half of kidney transplant recipients of identical-twin transplants did not get immunosuppression.
From 1998–2000 to 2016–2018, the overall rate of live donor kidney transplantation for women declined from significantly from 41.9% to 36.7%.
A gender disparity in the use of RRT favoring male patients has persisted over a 50-year period from 1965 to 2015, according to a new study.
Variation in donor utilization index based on Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network region
Study reveals nearly 18% discard rate in the United States.
Absolute rate differences in complications were low between patients with kidney failure and those with normal kidney function.
Even with the new Kidney Allocation System, Medicare patients had significant 74% decreased odds of receiving a preemptive kidney transplant compared with privately insured patients, a study found.
The ability of direct-acting antivirals to eradicate hepatitis C influenced every chapter of the updated 2018 guideline, according to the work group responsible for the revisions.
In a study, kidney donation was associated with higher risk for hypertension, regardless of race.
Increases in Medicaid-covered preemptive kidney transplants greater in Medicaid expansion states