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1 OPTN 2009 Donor, Transplant, and Waiting List Numbers

2 OPTN Waiting List National Trends General flattening to growth of waiting list since 2007 – most significant for kidney Slight increases for heart and lung over recent years

3 OPTN Waiting List Additions U.S. Number of Registrations

4 OPTN Waiting List Additions U.S.

5 OPTN Waiting List Kidney Removals U.S. Percent of Registrations

6 OPTN Waiting List Liver Removals U.S. Percent of Registrations

7 OPTN Wait List Death Rates U.S. Percent

8 OPTN Wait List Death Rates U.S. Percent

9 OPTN Waiting List Registrations U.S. Number of Registrations

10 OPTN Waiting List Registrations U.S.

11 OPTN Waiting List Registrations U.S.

12 OPTN Waiting List Registrations U.S.

13 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 1 Number of Registrations

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17 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 2 Number of Registrations

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21 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 3 Number of Registrations

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25 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 4 Number of Registrations

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29 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 5 Number of Registrations

30 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 5

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33 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 6 Number of Registrations

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37 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 7 Number of Registrations

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41 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 8 Number of Registrations

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45 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 9 Number of Registrations

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49 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 10 Number of Registrations

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53 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 11 Number of Registrations

54 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 11

55 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 11

56 OPTN Waiting List Registrations Region 11

57 OPTN Donation National Trends Both deceased and living donor numbers up in 2009 – deceased by 0.4% and living by 6.3% DCD donor numbers continue to increase and now comprise 11% of deceased donors overall Great regional variation in types of donors recovered

58 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors

59 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 U.S. 11%

60 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type and Region 2009 Percentage of Donors

61 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

62 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

63 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

64 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

65 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

66 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

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70 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

71 OPTN Deceased and Living Donors Region

72 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 1 28%

73 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 2 16%

74 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 3 6%

75 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 4 6%

76 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 5 9%

77 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 6 10%

78 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 7 20%

79 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 8 14%

80 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 9 11%

81 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 10 14%

82 OPTN Deceased Donors by Type 2000 – 2009 Region 11 8%

83 OPTN National Transplantation Trends 21,853 deceased donor transplants in 2009 (0.5% increase from 2008)

84 OPTN Deceased and Living Donor Transplants U.S. Number 21,853 6,609

85 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 U.S.

86 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 1

87 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 2

88 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 3

89 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 4

90 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 5

91 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 6

92 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 7

93 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 8

94 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 9

95 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 10

96 OPTN Deceased Donor Transplants 2007 – 2009 Region 11

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