The number of transplants performed each week is one of the data visualizations on the COVID-19 resources page.
By quickly adapting to COVID-19 challenges, the transplant community kept the system running to honor the gift of life.
After a monthlong decline in transplants performed each week in the United States, the numbers began to gradually increase. In the last two weeks, they have leveled off close to where they were before the pandemic. Check the data visualization tool weekly to see if this stabilization continues and to learn more about the effect COVID-19 has had on waiting list additions.
New milestone reached in kidney donation and transplant
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New animation for patients explains the lung Composite Allocation Score (CAS)
New patient-friendly video explains the factors that will determine lung allocation in the continuous distribution framework.
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