Table 4.

Changes in cold ischemic time and type of allocation (local, state, regional, national) before and after Statewide Sharing

StateLocalStateRegionalaNationalCIT: Change from “Before” to “Recently after” (h)
Allocation (%)Mean CIT (h)Allocation (%)Mean CIT (h)Allocation (%)Mean CIT (h)Allocation (%)Mean CIT (h)
TN
 Before59.118.52.228.512.825.925.929.47.5
 Recently after56.716.113.118.68.326.621.824.8
NC
 Before57.620.41.823.316.424.824.231.6−0.7
 Recently after69.720.83.124.44.821.522.424.5
PA
 Before85.525.42.233.42.930.19.331.5−3.3
 Recently after79.216.41.627.64.424.814.725.1
WI
 Before86.926.01.530.30.735.110.933.21.1
 Recently after82.914.50.817.53.921.712.524.8
FL
 Before52.922.76.730.416.433.324.135.65.0
 Recently after70.620.36.823.02.723.819.925.3
CA
 Before76.127.16.129.112.021.05.832.4−3.9
 Recently after73.714.35.520.23.117.517.626.3
NY
 Before86.825.53.132.60.723.89.432.2−0.8
 Recently after77.116.94.424.70.018.524.1
OH
 Before84.022.42.227.03.427.410.429.8−2.7
 Recently after70.313.63.120.83.321.423.324.1
TX
 Before88.020.74.026.50.526.17.429.61.7
 Recently after74.418.04.622.20.716.420.424.8
  • Florida and Tennessee implemented Statewide Sharing in 1991 and 1992, respectively. To clarify the distribution of kidneys used, the percentage distributed locally, by state, regionally, and nationally are provided also. Negative CIT changes indicate an increase in CIT over time. Allocation: percentage of kidneys procured by the donor service area, transplanted locally, statewide, regionally, and nationally. CIT, cold ischemic time; TN, Tennessee; NC, North Carolina; PA, Pennsylvania; WI, Wisconsin; FL, Florida; CA, California; NY OH, Ohio; TX, Texas.

  • a Regional allocation includes all kidneys allocated to the United Network of Organ Sharing region of procurement, excluding kidneys allocated within the state of procurement.