The global database on donation and transplantation represents the most comprehensive source to date of worldwide data concerning activities in organ donation and transplantation derived from official sources, as well as information on legal and organizational aspects.
The main direct collaboration between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Spanish Transplant Organization, Organización Nacional de Trasplantes (ONT) has been focused on this collection of global data, which lead to the joint ONT-WHO Global Observatory on Donation and Transplantation.
139,024 Solid Organ Transplants were reported.
2.3 % of increase compared to 2016.
37,447 Deceased Organ Donors in 2017.
78.7 % were from Brain Death.
90,306 Kidney Transplants performed
36.5% from living donors.
0.5 % of increased compared to 2016.
32,348 Liver Transplants performed in 2017.
19% were from living donors.
6.5 % of increase compared to 2016.
7,881 Heart Transplants performed in 2017.
3.3% of increase compared to 2016.
6,084 Lung Transplants performed worldwide.
10.7 % of increase compared to 2016.
2,243 Pancreatic Transplants performed in 2017.
This represents a decrease of 4.2%.
162 procedures were reported
to the GODT in 2017.
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Data Source: Global Observatory on Donation & Transplantation.
Map Production: Information Evidence and Research (IER)
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