COVID-19-related collapse of transplantation systems: A heterogeneous recovery?
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AuthorRodrigo Calabia, Emilio; Miñambres García, Eduardo; Gutiérrez Baños, José Luis; Valero San Cecilio, Rosalía; Belmar Vega, Lara; Ruiz San Millán, Juan Carlos
This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Rodrigo E, Miñambres E, Gutiérrez-Baños JL, Valero R, Belmar L, Ruiz JC. COVID-19-related collapse of transplantation systems: A heterogeneous recovery? Am J Transplant. 2020 Nov;20(11):3265-3266, which has been published in final form athttps://doi.org/10.1111/ajt.16125. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving.
Am J Transplant . 2020 Nov;20(11):3265-3266.
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The coronavirus disease‐2019 (COVID‐19) pandemic has pushed healthcare systems to the limit worldwide. Hospital resources have been compromised, especially in intensive care units (ICUs). Regarding that, some nephrologists have alerted about the potential shortages of our ability to deliver kidney replacement therapy to all patients who need it (1). Simultaneously, two reports have highlighted the collapse of organ transplantation figures in several countries such as France (91%), the US (51%) and Spain (87%), mainly due to a reduction in the number of transplants from deceased donors.
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