A successful organ transplant depends on appropriate evaluation of the organ recipient, expertise in the surgical procedures required to transplant the organ and on-going monitoring after transplant to prevent organ rejection or infections.
To measure the quality of care provided to transplant patients, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center examines one-month, one-year and three-year survival rates for transplant patients. These measures are compared against national averages. These comparisons are highlighted in the charts that follow.
Survival Rates of Cedars-Sinai Transplant Patients Compared to National Averages
The length of time that a transplant patient survives after surgery is a key measure of a quality outcome in transplant surgery. At Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, one-month, one-year and three-year survival rates are tracked for transplants patients. These statistics are compared to national averages collected by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients.
These data for the liver, kidney and heart transplantation programs at Cedars-Sinai are highlighted below.
- Heart transplantation
- Kidney transplantation
- Kidney-Pancreas transplantation
- Liver transplantation
- Lung transplantation