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Fig 2. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Kidney graft survival among recipients from DBD and DCD donors.

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 4. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Liver graft survival in recipients by donor type (DBD vs DCD).

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 6. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Pancreas graft survival in recipients by donor type (DBD vs DCD).

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 5

Fig 5. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Patient survival among SPK and PAN by donor type (DBD vs DCD).

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 7

Fig 7. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Lung graft survival in recipients by donor type (DBD vs DCD).

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 3

Fig 3. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Patient survival liver allograft survival in recipients by donor type (DBD vs DCD).

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.
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Fig 1. From: Donation after cardiac death: A 29-year experience.

Kaplan Meier curve of patient survival in renal transplant recipients by donor type (DBD vs DCD). At 1, 3, and l0 years, graft survival among DBD and DCD groups are: 87.6%, 43.6%, 76.8% and 78.1%, 41.6%, 68.1%, respectively.

Janet M. Bellingham, et al. Surgery. ;150(4):692-702.

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