Association of Postoperative Urinary Output in the First 24 Hours with Delayed Graft Function After Living and Deceased Donor Kidney Transplant: A Systematic Review

Ilham Ari Seja, Budi Santoso, Nur Rasyid, Gerhard Reinaldi Situmorang

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Abstract

Context: Delayed graft function (DGF) is an important clinical outcome following renal transplantation; therefore, it is important to be correctly diagnosed. The DGF is thought to correlate with the first 24-hour urine output (UOP1), and this clinical sign is expected to predict DGF. Objectives: This study aimed to discover whether the UOP1 correlates significantly to the DGF incidence and can be a DGF predicting factor. Data Sources: This study compared the incidence of DGF with the UOP1 reported by studies obtained from the electronic databases, namely MEDLINE, Cochrane, and EBSCO. Studies that performed multivariate or bivariate analysis and/or reported sensitivity and specificity were included in this review. Results: A total of 1719 studies were obtained from the database search, and 2 studies were enrolled from other sources. Out of 1721 studies, 9 studies were recruited in this review, 5 of which reported sensitivity and specificity. Overall, nine of these studies had a low to moderate risk of bias. Almost all studies reported a significant relationship between the UOP1 and DGF. All studies agreed that the UOP1 is a sensitive predictive factor in predicting DGF. The specificity reported by the studies examined in this review varied greatly. The use of optimum cut-off in each study is considered to be the cause of this variability. Conclusions: The UOP1 is significantly related to the incidence of DGF and is a proper parameter for the prediction of DGF events.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere119447
JournalNephro-Urology Monthly
Volume14
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2022

Keywords

  • Allograft
  • Delayed Graft Function
  • Kidney Transplantation
  • Urine Output

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