Journal of Transplantation / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Clinical Study

Impact of Right-Sided Nephrectomy on Long-Term Outcomes in Retroperitoneoscopic Live Donor Nephrectomy at Single Center

Table 3

Postoperative outcomes of right and left RPLDN.

Right ( )Left ( ) value

Operating time (min) 0.482
Time to procurement of the kidney (min) 0.407
Estimated blood loss (g) 0.218
Warm ischemic time (min) <0.001
Total ischemic time (min) 0.158
CO2 gas pressure (mmHg) 0.038
Postoperative hospital stay (days) 0.245
Slow recovery graft function* (%)010 (2.0%)0.838
Delayed graft function** (%)00
Acute rejection (%)5 (21%)60 (12%)0.315
Serum creatinine level (mg/dL)
 POD1 0.038
 POD7 0.097
 POD14 0.957
Patient survival rate
 1 year100%100%0.568
 5 years100%98.3%
 7 years100%97.8%
Graft survival rate
 1 year100%98.2%0.855
 5 years92.3%95.7%
 7 years92.3%90.4%

Serum creatinine level more than 3.0 mg/dL at 4 days after transplantation. Patients required hemodialysis after transplantation due to acute tubular necrosis. POD: postoperative days.

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