Post kidney transplant quality of life prediction models.

@article{Hathaway1998PostKT,
  title={Post kidney transplant quality of life prediction models.},
  author={Donna K Hathaway and Rebecca P Winsett and Christopher N Johnson and Elizabeth A. Tolley and Mary S Hartwig and Jessica L. Milstead and Mona N Wicks and A Osama Gaber},
  journal={Clinical transplantation},
  year={1998},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={168-74}
}
UNLABELLED Quality of life (QoL) is generally found to improve for renal transplant recipients, although some patients continue to experience health-related problems. It was within this context that we undertook our investigation which focused on identifying the factors predictive of QoL following kidney transplantation. METHODS The sample included 91 non-diabetic patients of which 69 provided 6-month data and 68 provided 12-month data. Three QoL questionnaires were administered to capture as… CONTINUE READING

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