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Liver and Intestine Transplant Survival Rates

The Hillman Center for Pediatric Transplantation at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC has performed more pediatric transplants than any other pediatric transplant center. Our liver and intestine transplant survival rates consistently beat the national average and are among the world’s best.

Liver Transplant Survival Rates

Children’s Hospital has performed more than 1,000 pediatric liver transplants in children to date, making it the most active pediatric liver transplant center in the country.

Liver Transplant Survival

1 Year 100% national average 95%
3 Years 95% national average 91%

Learn more about Children’s Hospital’s liver transplant program outcomes.

Intestine Transplant Survival Rates

Children's has the highest three-year survival rates for intestine transplants in the country. Patients of Children’s pediatric intestinal transplant program represent the world’s first and most successful series of small intestine transplants.

Intestine Transplant Survival

1 Year 73% national average 87%
3 Years 87% national average 68%

Learn more about Children’s Hospital’s intestine transplant program outcomes.

* Sources: Internal data; Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (www.srtr.org) January 2014 release

Last Update
September 5, 2014
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Last Update
September 5, 2014