Objectives: This study aims to present our cadaveric and living related donor kidney transplantation experience.
Methods: Between September 2009 to February 2015, renal transplantations were performed to 417 patients in Medicana International Ankara Hospital organ transplantation center.
Results: Of the patients, 231 were male, and 186 were female. Of the transplantations, 385 came from a living donor, and 32 came from a cadaver donor. The degree of kinship; 324 (77.7%) transplants were received from relatives, 5 (14.1%) with approval by the ethical committee, 32 (7.7%) from cadavers and two (0.5%) with cross-matching. Post-Operative Complications in recipients; lymphocele was found within the graft in two cases, urinary anastomosis leakage was detected in two cases, wound infection was detected in four cases, and hematoma in one case. We had no mortality in post operative or early follow up periods.
Conclusion: The morbidity and mortality rates in our organ transplantation center, regarding renal transplantations, are consistent with the literature.
Bu çalışmada, merkezimizin kadaverik ve canlı vericili renal transplantasyon deneyiminin aktarılması amaçlanmaktadır.
Gereç ve Yöntem
Organ nakli merkezimizde Eylül 2009-Şubat 2015 tarihleri arasında 417 hastaya renal transplantasyon yapılmıştır.
Renal transplantasyon yapılan hastaların 231i erkek, 186si kadın idi. 417 transplantasyonun, 385i canlı vericili, 32si kadavradan gerçekleştirildi.
Merkezimizin renal transplatasyon deneyiminde morbidite ve mortalite oranları literatür ile uyumludur. (SETB-2018-04-068)