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Should we use liver grafts repeatedly refused by other transplant teams?
|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||CA — Centre allocation — Centre allocation — DCD — Donation after cardiac death — DQI — Donor quality index — ES — Effect size — HCC — Hepatocellular carcinoma — HR — Hazard ratio — ICU — Intensive care unit — IPTW — Inverse probability of treatment weighting — LT — Liver transplantation — Liver transplantation — MELD — Model for end-stage liver disease — PA — Patient allocation — Patient allocation — Patient and graft survival — Survival benefit|
|Research group||La transplantation d'îlots de Langerhans (623)|
|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|