Rosemary Bedoya

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Herein we have presented the first report from the Andalusian Kidney Transplant Registry, a Public Health Service Regional Registry in Andalusia, Spain (general population, 8 million). The current analysis was limited to 5599 kidney-alone transplants from deceased donors, grouped into 4 time periods: 1984-1989 (n = 846); 1990-1995 (n = 1172); 1996-2001 (n =(More)
The Andalusian Kidney Transplant Registry is a Public Health Service Regional Registry of Andalusia, Spain. We have analyzed the causes of death among 5599 kidney transplantations performed between January 1, 1984 and December 31, 2007. The total number of patients who died after renal transplantation was 1106. Of these, 656 patients died with functioning(More)
Kidney transplantation is the best therapeutic alternative for patients suffering from end-stage renal disease (ESRD). In recent years a significant advance has been made in Andalusia in graft and recipient survival as seen in our 2009 publication. In the current work we analyzed 2989 kidney transplantations performed between January 1, 2000 and December(More)
Graft failure with return to dialysis is associated with higher mortality, but the determining factors have not been completely studied. We determined predictive factors for survival after renal transplant failure by analyzing demographic and clinical data on kidney recipients in a Spanish regional registry (Andalusia). Among 5547 single-organ cadaveric(More)
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