FUNCTION OF THE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT AT CHILDREN IN THE EARLY AND LATE POSTOPERATIVE PERIODS

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The study evaluated the dynamics of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) of renal transplant in children after donor kidney transplantation in the early and late postoperative period. The GFR of a donor kidney in the postoperative period after transplantation was found an average as 68.5±22.3 ml/min . Further, the figure changes at a rate of 1.7 ml/min per month. Postoperative graft function aggravation is primarily depended on the age of the recipient. Duration of pre-transplantation renal replacement therapy had did not affect on renal function recovery in the postoperative period. The children treated with peritoneal dialysis before transplantation had a higher GFR values after surgery then children treated with hemodialysis. These differences were leveled in a year.

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Yu. A. Morozov

Federal state budgetary scientific institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery»

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Russian Federation

T. V. Marchenko

Federal state budgetary scientific institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery»

Email: marta2810@gmail.com
Russian Federation

A. V. Goncharova

Federal state budgetary scientific institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery»

Email: mamasha-alya@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

L. G. Doletskaya

Federal state budgetary scientific institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery»

Email: dologen@mail.ru
Russian Federation

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