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Table 3 Postoperative complications between DBCD and DBD

From: Donation after brain death followed by circulatory death, a novel donation pattern, confers comparable renal allograft outcomes with donation after brain death

Clinical Values DBCD (n = 383) DBD (n = 140) P
DGF, n (%) 74(19.3) 31(22.1) 0.46
PNF, n (%) 5(1.3) 0(0) 0.33
AR, n (%) 35(9.1) 12(8.6) 1.00
Complicated urinary tract infection, n (%) 32(8.4) 10(7.1) 0.72
Severe pneumonia, n (%) 45(11.7) 15(10.7) 0.88
Severe bleeding, n (%) 11(2.9) 5(3.6) 0.77
Anastomotic stenosis of the ureter-bladder, n (%) 3(0.8) 2(1.5) 0.61
Renal allograft rupture, n (%) 3(0.8) 2(1.5) 0.614
Lymphorrhagia or urine leakage, n (%) 12(3.2) 7(5) 0.30
Other, n (%) 33(8.8) 8(5.7) 0.36
  1. DGF delayed graft function, PNF primary non-finction, AR acute rejection