Tag: Heart transplant statistics

Top Rated Cardiology Hospital: Cleveland Clinic

Top Rated Cardiology Hospital: Cleveland Clinic

To qualify as a successful heart transplant center, the facility must offer the latest and greatest physician care practices, technologically enhanced equipment, expert nursing care and a proven track record.

| May 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Heart Transplant Statistics 09-25-12

Heart Transplant Statistics 09-25-12

As of 09-25-12 at 2041 ET, there are 3.286 patients on heart transplant wait lists across the US.  In 2012, 1,212 patients have received heart transplants. In 2011, 2,322 heart transplants were performed. In 2012 462 Blood Type O patients received a heart transplant.   499 Blood Type A patients received a heart transplant. 172 […]

| September 26, 2012 | 3 Comments
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Important Heart Transplant News From Johns Hopkins University

Important Heart Transplant News From Johns Hopkins University

A March report from Johns Hopkins University about heart transplant recipients and the 10-year survival benchmark highlights the donor award debate in Congress.

| July 15, 2012 | 0 Comments
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Heart transplant statistics

Heart transplant statistics

Most patients awaiting transplantation will beconme frustrated, nervous and confuised by the process. I am a stats guy. In fact, when I went to transplant centers, the first questions I asked was what is the center’s one year, three year and five year survival rate. It’s not all about the numbers, but it is comforting to know who is doing it right. The OPTN-UNOS site maintains an up-to-the-minute resource center that provides valuable inforamtion about your center and your general position on the wait list.

| March 12, 2010 | 5 Comments
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