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.
Data show transplants for four major ethnic groups rebounded after initial decline, Hispanics had steepest decline and smallest rebound.
Data shows that the proportion of en bloc transplants to low EPTS patients more than doubled after implementation.
Analyzing the impact of transplant policy and system modifications in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Data reveals the community’s continued commitment to provide the best care to their patients.