Patient Experiences and Values of Telemedicine Visits for Living Kidney Donor Evaluation: A Qualitative Study

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Originally Aired - Sunday, May 5 1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

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Location: Alcove Theater 1 - Level 3


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Title: Patient Experiences and Values of Telemedicine Visits for Living Kidney Donor Evaluation: A Qualitative Study

Type: Research Oral Presentation

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Over 130,000 patients with kidney failure in the United States await kidney transplantation. Living kidney donation reduces the wait time and provides superior graft and patient survival. Yet, the number of donors has declined over the last two decades. Access to transplant centers can become a barrier for willing donors.


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