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Oct 5 12:30pm

Introducing New Tab: Scientific Registry Transplant Recipients

By Olivia White, @oliviawhite

SRTR

 

The Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) has an online resource www.srtr.org which provides data about every organ transplant program in the United States. SRTR supports the transplant community with analyses, in effort to better patient results and experience through the evaluation of data collected by transplant programs and reported to SRTR.

SRTR can provide potential transplant candidates with information that may be helpful in making an informed decision about transplant centers. We have provided an additional resource page to Mayo Clinic Connect specifically on SRTR. It includes what SRTR is used for, how to navigate it and how it should factor into choosing a transplant center.

We also encourage you to visit www.srtr.org to review the most current data. SRTR reports on each transplant center twice a year. Please check the SRTR website every once in a while on your transplant journey.

You can also visit here to read more about Mayo Clinic’s volumes and outcomes.

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