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Liver transplant success rates

Survival rates for liver transplant patients are tracked nationally by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients.

To help you understand these rates, keep in mind that other centers may have higher success rates because they don’t accept highly challenging transplant cases. Patients who come to University of Minnesota Medical Center for a liver transplant often are high-risk, seriously ill patients, who were unable to get a liver transplant at another center.

Adult Deceased Liver Transplant Patient Survival Rates

1 month
(July 2010 - December 2012)

1  year
(July 2010 - December 2012)

3  years
(January 2008 -
June 2010)

University of Minnesota Medical Center

97.50%

92.10%

75.53%

Nationwide

97.15%

90.19%

79.89%

 

Adult Living Donor Liver Transplant Patient Survival Rates

1 month
(July 2010 - December 2012)

1  year
(July 2010 - December 2012)

3  years
(January 2008 -
June 2010)

University of Minnesota Medical Center

95.65%

95.65%

83.33%

Nationwide

96.80%

89.91%

85.30%

 

For more information about survival statistics, go to www.optn.org or www.ustransplant.org.