A successful complicated kidney transplant can save your life if you are suffering from end-stage kidney disease. In 2008, we performed the first successful blood group incompatible adult living donor kidney transplant in Southeast Asia, helping the patient recover his health and prolonging his life. Since the transplant, the patient has recovered his muscular strength, completed his diploma studies and held down his job for 4 years now without taking any medical leave.
To date, we have performed more than 10 cases of blood group incompatible kidney transplants with a first-year survival rate of approximately 96%, similar to that of standard transplants. With today’s advancements, kidney transplant patients can expect to live for more than 20 years.