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Studies carried out by ELITA-ELTR on COVID-19Belli LS, Duvoux C, Karam V, Adam R, Cuervas-Mons V, Pasulo L, Loinaz C, Invernizzi F, Patrono D, Bhoori S, Ciccarelli O, Morelli MC, Castells L, Lopez-Lopez V, Conti S, Fondevila C, Polak W. COVID-19 in liver transplant recipients: preliminary data from the ELITA/ELTR registry. Lancet (...)
ELTR OverviewThis video summarizes the present status of the ELTR
ELTR in the cover of AJTAmerican Journal of Transplantation: Volume 15, Number 2, February 2015 Article first published online: 22 JAN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/ajt.13212 On the cover this month: Survival after liver transplantation is dependent on immediate graft function, which in turn is heavily impacted by organ (...)
ELTR NewsletterThe newsletter gives an overview of main activities of the ELTR during the last year.
Precis ELTRPrécis of the history and function of the ELTR with an appendix of the publications is available in the following link (pdf). Institutional brochure
ELTR-ELITA-ESOT EventsThe detailed information is available on the ESOT website.
Individual’s expected risk of mortality following transplantationMortality following liver transplantation is dependent on both recipient and donor factors. Prof. Andrew Burroughs and Prof. Caroline Sabin from Royal Free hospital (London, UK) used ELTR data and developped risk models for 3- and 12-month mortality following liver transplantation. Both models (...)
Auditing visitsAt present, 113 Centers have been audited since 1988 (Birmingham, Brussels UCL, Villejuif, Barcelona, Lyon Herriot, Hambourg, Wien, Geneva, Lille, Ghent, Dublin, Budapest, Tenerife, Bergamo, Munchen, Porto, Bordeaux, Berlin, London KC, Roma, Helsinki, Rennes, Madrid Ramon y Cajal, Genova, (...)
ELTR WorkshopDue to the international health situation related to COVID-19, ELTR has suspended the organization of the workshops until further notice.