ONE YEAR SURVIVAL PROGNOSTIC FACTORS OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT AT DR KARIADI GENERAL HOSPITAL, INDONESIA: SIX YEAR EXPERIENCE

M BAGIANSAH1, A NURANI2, D PARTININGRUM2, S CHASANI2,  A ARWANTO2, L LESTARININGSIH2
1Indonesian Society of Nephrology (InaSN), Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, 2Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, Department of Internal Medicine, Diponegoro University/Dr Kariadi General Hospital, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

Background:Dr Kariadi General Hospital (KGH) has performed 22 kidney transplants since 2012, and keep trying to increase the quantity and quality. Data evaluating the impact of several factors on 1-year patient survival are not established yet.
Aim:This study was performed to present kidney transplantation data in KGH and aimed to identify prognostic factors associated with 1-year survival.
Methods:A retrospective cohort study on all kidney transplant patients was done from February 2012 to April 2017. Patients were follow-up until April 2018. Survival rate within 1-year were documented.
Results:18 of 22 kidney transplant recipients were included. One year survival were 61,11%. The Kaplan-Meier method revealed non-related donor (20% vs 76,92%; p=0.01), recipient’s age ≥30 years (40% vs 87.5%; p=0.04), diabetes mellitus (25% vs 76.92%; p=0.03), and hepatitis C infection (20% vs 76.92%; p=0.02) were associated with lower survival.
Conclusions:Non-related donor, recipient’s age ≥30 years at the time of transplantation, diabetes mellitus and hepatitis C infection are associated with lower 1-survival.


Biography:
Mamang Bagiansah completed Medical Doctor Degree from Padjadjaran University, Indonesia. He received his degree in Internal Medicine Specialist from Diponegoro University, Indonesia. He is currently performing his duties as a medical staff at Praya Hospital, Central Lombok, Indonesia, while preparing to enter a Nephrology and Hypertension Consultant Program. He also a member of Indonesian Society of Nephrology (InaSN). He used to spend his spare time writing poetry and traveling with his family.

 

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