Intestine and Multivisceral Transplant Program | Volume and Outcomes

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Multivisceral Transplant
Program
617-355-4837
International: +1-617-355-5209
transplant@childrens.harvard.edu

The Boston Children's Hospital Intestine and Multivisceral Transplant team tracks and reviews many different quality metrics related to the performance of our program. We use these metrics to constantly improve the care of children undergoing intestine and multivisceral transplantation. 

Transplant volume

Our Intestine and Multivisceral Transplant Program is one of the largest pediatric programs in the country. Our ability to medically manage and rehabilitate patients has dramatically progressed, meaning fewer and fewer patients are requiring transplants, which is reflected in our transplant volume. 

Transplant outcomes

Outcomes data are published biannually by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR). The data below was released in June 2015.

Pediatric (<18) graft survival rates

Graft survival refers to the success of the transplanted organ. One-year data is for transplants occurring between 1/1/12 and 6/30/14. Three-year data is for transplant occurring between 7/1/09 and 12/31/11.

Pediatric (<18) patient survival rates

Patient survival rates rates represent the percent of patients alive following a period of time after transplant. Our one and three-year patient survival rates exceed the national average. One-year data is for transplants occurring between 1/1/12 and 6/30/14. Three-year data is for transplant occurring between 7/1/09 and 12/31/11.

Boston Children’s Hospital Intestine and Multivisceral Transplant team cares for and transplants some of the most complex patients. Patient and graft survival can be impacted by, among other things, recurrence of the primary disease, complications related to transplant, including poor adherence to medications schedules and the impact of long-term immunosuppression and complications due to other medical issues.

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