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Table 1 Patients characteristics

From: Bacterial and fungal bloodstream infections in pediatric liver and kidney transplant recipients

  All liver and kidney transplant recipients
n = 85
Liver and combined liver-kidney transplant recipients
n = 54 (64%)
Kidney transplant recipients
n = 31 (36%)
51 (94%) deceased-donor liver transplantations.
3 (6%) deceased-donor combined liver and kidney transplantations.
38 (75%) were split liver transplantations.
18 (58%) deceased-donor kidney transplantations.
13 (42%) living-donor kidney transplantations.
Age at transplantation, median (range) 10.5 (0.6–17.9) 10 (0.6–17.9) 11.8 (1.7–17.9)
Sex, male (%) 42 (49%) 25 (46%) 17 (55%)
Diseases leading to transplantation,
Numbers of recipients (% of the recipients in the transplantation group)
  Cholestatic disease including biliary atresia: 17 (31%) Obstructive uropathy: 7 (22%)
Metabolic disease: 9 (17%) Hypo/dysplasia of the kidneys: 4 (13%)
Cirrhosis including alfa-1-antitrypsin deficiency and cystic fibrosis: 8 (15%) Congenital nephrosis: 3 (10%)
Cancer: 7 (13%) Glomerulonephritis and vasculitis: 3 (10%)
Acute liver failure: 5 (9%) Other: 5 (16%)
Autoimmune hepatitis: 5 (9%) Unknown: 9 (29%)
Other: 3 (6%)