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Title: Socio-sanitary profile and information for living kidney donors and recipients in three Andalusian hospitals.
Other Titles: Perfil sociosanitario e información a donantes y receptores renales de vivo en tres hospitales andaluces.
Authors: Calvo-Calvo, Manuel-Ángel
Morgado Almenara, Isabel
Gentil Govantes, Miguel Ángel
Moreno Rodríguez, Andrés
Puertas Cruz, Teresa
García Álvarez, Teresa
Carmona Vílchez, María Dolores
Keywords: Consumer health information;Donantes de tejidos;Donantes vivos;Donor selection;Health profile;Información;Información de salud al consumidor;Information;Kidney transplantation;Living donors;Obtención de tejidos y órganos;Perfil de salud;Selección de donante;Tissue and organ procurement;Tissue donors;Trasplante de riñón
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Adult
Consumer Health Information
Cross-Sectional Studies
Health Status
Kidney Transplantation
Living Donors
Middle Aged
Socioeconomic Factors
Issue Date: 9-Nov-2017
Abstract: Information provided by health professionals to potential donors and recipients is essential for an autonomous and objective decision to make a living kidney donation. To determine the characteristics of the information received by living kidney donors and recipients, to find out their socio-sanitary profile, their socio-demographics, financial and labour characteristics, health and the caregiving activity of these donors and recipients. Observational, descriptive and cross-sectional study of the population of living kidney donors and recipients from the University Hospitals Puerta del Mar (Cádiz), Virgen del Rocío (Seville), and the University Hospital Complex of Granada, between 08/04/2014 and 08/06/2015. According to the 40 living kidney donors and their 40 recipients surveyed, it is mainly nephrologists who make people aware and provide information about living kidney donation. Almost half of recipients require more information so the evaluation processes and pre-donation information should be updated. In general, the living kidney donor is female, aged 50, with primary/secondary education, lives with a partner and is related to the kidney recipient. Also, the living kidney donor is in paid employment, is overweight, perceives her health as very good or good, and does not smoke or drink alcohol. However, the typical living kidney recipient is male, aged 44 and has completed secondary school studies and vocational training. Furthermore, he does not work, perceives his health as good or regular, and he is an independent person for activities of daily living.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1016/j.nefro.2017.08.005
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