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Should we use liver grafts repeatedly refused by other transplant teams?

Winter, Audrey
Landais, Paul
Azoulay, Daniel
Disabato, Mara
Antoine, Corinne
Jacquelinet, Christian
Daurès, Jean-Pierre
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Published in JHEP reports : innovation in hepatology. 2020, vol. 2, no. 4, p. 100118
Abstract In France, liver grafts that have been refused at least 5 times can be "rescued" and allocated to a centre which chooses a recipient from its own waiting list, outside the patient-based allocation framework. We explored whether these "rescued" grafts were associated with worse graft/patient survival, as well as assessing their effect on survival benefit.
Keywords CACentre allocationCentre allocationDCDDonation after cardiac deathDQIDonor quality indexESEffect sizeHCCHepatocellular carcinomaHRHazard ratioICUIntensive care unitIPTWInverse probability of treatment weightingLTLiver transplantationLiver transplantationMELDModel for end-stage liver diseasePAPatient allocationPatient allocationPatient and graft survivalSurvival benefit
PMID: 32695966
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WINTER, Audrey et al. Should we use liver grafts repeatedly refused by other transplant teams?. In: JHEP reports : innovation in hepatology, 2020, vol. 2, n° 4, p. 100118. doi: 10.1016/j.jhepr.2020.100118 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:142450

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