Simultaneous Liver-Kidney Transplantation Summit: Current State and Future Directions AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TRANSPLANTATION Nadim, M. K., Sung, R. S., Davis, C. L., Andreoni, K. A., Biggins, S. W., Danovitch, G. M., Feng, S., Friedewald, J. J., Hong, J. C., Kellum, J. A., Kim, W. R., Lake, J. R., Melton, L. B., Pomfret, E. A., Saab, S., Genyk, Y. S. 2012; 12 (11): 2901-2908


Although previous consensus recommendations have helped define patients who would benefit from simultaneous liver-kidney transplantation (SLK), there is a current need to reassess published guidelines for SLK because of continuing increase in proportion of liver transplant candidates with renal dysfunction and ongoing donor organ shortage. The purpose of this consensus meeting was to critically evaluate published and registry data regarding patient and renal outcomes following liver transplantation alone or SLK in liver transplant recipients with renal dysfunction. Modifications to the current guidelines for SLK and a research agenda were proposed.

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