Table 6.

Adjusted probability (and 95% confidence interval) of graft failure at 5 and 10 years by obesity of recipient and donor and donor type, 1998–2012a

Donor TypeaDonor Obese?bRecipient Obese?bN%5 yr10 yr
Living unrelatedNoNo15,04346.514.6 (13.8 to 15.4)31.5 (29.9 to 33.1)
YesNo368711.416.0 (14.4 to 17.5)31.4 (28.6 to 34.1)
NoYes581718.015.9 (14.6 to 17.3)35.1 (32.4 to 37.8)
YesYes22056.818.1 (16.1 to 20.0)40.7 (36.7 to 44.4)
Living relatedNoNo25,46344.915.4 (14.6 to 16.1)33.5 (32.1 to 34.8)
YesNo651611.515.9 (14.7 to 17.0)35.6 (33.4 to 37.7)
NoYes727712.816.3 (15.1 to 17.4)35.0 (32.8 to 37.1)
YesYes35556.317.9 (16.4 to 19.4)40.6 (37.8 to 43.4)
Deceased donorNoNo68,22947.526.8 (26.4 to 27.3)48.7 (48.1 to 49.4)
YesNo19,94813.928.0 (27.2 to 28.8)50.5 (49.2 to 51.8)
NoYes27,29319.028.4 (27.7 to 29.1)53.6 (52.4 to 54.7)
YesYes98116.831.5 (30.4 to 32.7)56.8 (54.9 to 58.7)
  • a Adjusted for transplant year, ESRD cause, panel reactive antibody at transplant, previous transplant, years of ESRD, hepatitis C serology, insurance, and recipient and donor race and ethnicity, donor history of cigarette use, and the following donor-recipient combinations: age, sex, weight ratio, height ratio, HLA mismatch, and ABO compatibility. Each probability pertains to the average donor and recipient characteristic for each model.

  • b Recipients with missing body mass index (BMI) and/or missing donor BMI are not shown (living unrelated LUR: n=5597, 17%; living related LR: n=13,848, 24%; deceased donor DD n=18,415, 13%)