Pancreas transplant registry

  • D. E. R. Sutherland
  • K. C. Moudry
Part of the Developments in Surgery book series (DISU, volume 10)


The International Pancreas Transplant Registry was founded at a meeting held in Lyon, France in 1980 [1]. The American College of Surgeons/National Institutes of Health (ACS/NIH) Organ Transplant Registry forwarded information on 57 on pancreas transplants performed between 1966 and June 30, 1977 to the new Registry [2]. Information on all other cases known to have been performed up to that time, including 3 from 1976 (one primary and two secondary) that had not been reported to the ACS/NIH Registry, were also incorporated into the new Registry [1]. Since 1980, all institutions performing pancreas transplants have submitted data to the Registry on age of the recipient, duration of diabetes, HLA typing, technique of transplantation, duration of preservation, type of immunosuppressive regimen, duration of graft function, and causes of graft failure.


Technically Successful Graft Survival Rate Patient Survival Rate Bladder Drainage Urinary Drainage 
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  • D. E. R. Sutherland
  • K. C. Moudry

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