University of California at Los Angeles Medical Center (CAUC)

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Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Program Summary

No adult heart-lung transplants performed

No pediatric heart-lung transplants performed

Program Overview

Here we provide a few key metrics describing the program, including waiting list activity, transplant rates, death rates (mortality rates) on the waiting list, and the number of transplants performed at the program for adults and children combined. You can access more detailed information within the full program report.

Waiting List

As of July 2015
0
People
Were on the waiting list

Number of people who joined the list:

0

Number of people who were removed from the list:

0
  • 0
    received transplants
  • 0
    deteriorated
  • 0
    transferred to another center
  • 0
    recovered
  • 0
    died
  • 0
    other
At the end of June 2016
0
People
Were on the waiting list

Transplant Rates

Between July 2015 and June 2016
0.0
Out Of
100
people per year receive a transplant at this hospital
32.7
Out Of
100
people per year receive a transplant nationally

Waiting List Mortality Rates

Between July 2015 and June 2016
0.0
Out Of
100
people per year die waiting for a transplant at this hospital
24.1
Out Of
100
people per year die waiting for a transplant nationally

Time to Transplant

No data available for this program.


Transplants

Between July 2015 and June 2016
0
People
Received Transplants
0
with a living donor
0
with a deceased donor

Select a characteristic below to see basic characteristics of transplants recipients at this program:

Donor Type:
Characteristic:

Transplant Outcomes

For transplants performed between july 1, 2013 - december 31, 2015

SRTR performs assessments of transplant outcomes every 6 months by looking at the outcomes of patients who underwent transplant over 2.5 years. The table below shows assessments of how often patients are alive with a functioning transplanted organ 1 year after transplant. You can choose to view adult or pediatric outcomes. Of note: 1) for organ types that can use deceased or living donors, outcomes are shown for each individually and combined; 2) the transplant count may be higher than shown earlier on this page because these evaluations are performed over 2.5-years rather than 1 year; 3) as SRTR does not always have assessments for every patient group, some ratings may be not available (N/A); 4) pancreas program outcomes include pancreas-alone and kidney-pancreas combined transplants.

Pediatrics: under 18 years of age
Category From All Donors From Living Donors From Deceased Donors
Transplants evaulated over a 2.5-year period {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('EvaluatedTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataAdult())}]}
Percentage Alive with a Functioning Transplant at 1 year {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('1YearFuncTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataAdult())}]}
Outcome Assessment {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('GraftTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataAdult())}]}
Adult: over 18 years of age
Category From All Donors From Living Donors From Deceased Donors
Transplants evaulated over a 2.5-year period {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('EvaluatedTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataPediatric())}]}
Percentage Alive with a Functioning Transplant at 1 year {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('1YearFuncTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataPediatric())}]}
Outcome Assessment {[{getOutcomeDataForKey('GraftTotal', getOutcomeRatingDataPediatric())}]}

Full Program Report

Current Report

This detailed report analyzes performance data about heart-lung transplants at University of California at Los Angeles Medical Center.

Report Published: January 2017

Next Update Due: July 2017

Learn more about where this data comes from

Learn more about our data collection and analysis methods

Data Collection & Methods
Previous Reports

Interested in getting on the waiting list?

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To learn more about getting on the waitlist, visit the UNOS website.

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