Transplant Center Search Results
Showing 2 results for lung transplant centers, adult patients
Compare Each center to the National Rates.
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|Survival On the Waitlist (Deaths Per 100 years of waiting)||31.3||22.1||17.4||13.6||8.8|
|Getting A Deceased Donor Transplant Faster (Transplants Per 100 years of waiting)||110.3||188.2||251.2||383.5||612.9|
|1-Year lung Survival (% with functioning transplant at 1 year)||80||84||87||91||93|
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- Deceased Donor Transplants in a year
- Survival on the Waitlist
- Getting a Transplant Faster
- 1-Year lung   Survival
For lung transplant candidates, this measure has the largest impact on survival after listing among these three measures. 1 year lung survival includes only candidates who received a transplant.
Stanford Health Care
Stanford, CAReport: PDF | Interactive
DistanceN/ADeceased Donor Transplants in a year50AdultsSurvival on the WaitlistGetting a deceased donor transplant faster1-year organ survival
Lucile Salter Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Palo Alto, CAReport: PDF | Interactive
DistanceN/ADeceased Donor Transplants in a year0AdultsSurvival on the WaitlistGetting a deceased donor transplant faster1-year organ survival
Note: Future outcomes may be different from past outcomes. Groups (numbers of bars) do not represent the outcome for each individual.