The SRTR/OPTN Annual Data Report
Statistics on donation and transplantation in the United States
Did you know that over 10,000 transplants are performed in the US each year? However, every 10 minutes, someone is added to the transplant waiting list.
The Annual Data Report, developed by SRTR and OPTN, includes chapters on kidney, pancreas, liver, intestine, heart, and lung transplantation, a chapter on deceased donor organ donation, and a chapter presenting economic data (including data on Medicare payments). The organ-specific chapters include information on topics such as the waiting list, deceased donor organ donation, living donor organ donation, transplant, immunosuppression, outcomes, and pediatric transplant. When possible, similar data and formats are used for each chapter. However, this is not always possible because some data are not pertinent to all organs.
Graphical presentation of the data is emphasized: more than 300 figures, tables, and maps are included in the various chapters. Chapters and graphics can be downloaded from srtr.transplant.hrsa.gov. The data behind the graphics are downloadable from the same location in a spreadsheet format.
As an example, the figure on the left from the kidney chapter, shows numbers of deceased donor, living donor, and all transplants from 2004 through 2015. In total, 18,597 adult and pediatric transplants, including multi-organ transplants, were performed in the US in 2015.
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Learn more from our Annual Data Report
National statistics on transplants provide a touchpoint for comparing and evaluating individual transplant programs. SRTR analyzes data collected by the Organ Procurement Transplant Network (OPTN) on all solid organ procurement organizations (OPOs) and transplant programs in the United States. Our detailed Annual Data Report analyzes solid organ transplants nationally by organ.
Reporting Period: 01/01/2004 - 12/31/2015
Report Published: 01/03/2017
Next Update Due: 01/01/2018