Demographic, psychosocial and health disparities between living and deceased renal allograft recipients in Switzerland
Rita Achermann, Michael Koller, Sabina De Geest, Karine Hadaya, Thomas F Müller, Uyen Huynh-Do, Manuel Pascual, Jürg Steiger, Alexander Kiss, Isabelle Binet & The Psychosocial Interest Group And The Swiss Transplant Cohort Study
Interventions to increase access to kidney transplantation from living donors should target transplant candidates of older age, lower education, lower working capacity and not living in a committed relationship. The observed regional differences suggest that additional determinants of living donation may play a role such as population and health professional attitudes toward living donation.
|citation||Achermann R, Koller M, De Geest S, Hadaya K, Müller T F, Huynh-Do U, Pascual M, Steiger J, Kiss A, Binet I, The Psychosocial Interest Group And The Swiss Transplant Cohort Study . Demographic, psychosocial and health disparities between living and deceased renal allograft recipients in Switzerland. Swiss Med Wkly 2021; 151:w20532.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||12-08-2021|
|journal title||Swiss Med Wkly (151)|