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Employment and alcohol use after liver transplantation for alcoholic and nonalcoholic liver disease: A systematic review


Autor/in:

Bravata, D. M.; Olkin, I.; Barnato, A. E. [u. a.]


Herausgeber/in:

American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD); International Liver Transplantation Society


Quelle:

Liver transplantation, 2001, Volume 7 (Number 3), Seite 191-203, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Saunders, ISSN: 1527-6465


Jahr:

2001



Abstract:


The purpose of the study is to evaluate patterns of employment and alcohol use among liver transplant recipients with alcoholic (ALD) and nonalcoholic liver disease (non-ALD). MEDLINE, EMBASE, and bibliographic searches identified 5,505 potentially relevant articles published between January 1966 and October 1998.

Eighty-two studies reporting data on 5,020 transplant recipients met our inclusion criteria. Pre-orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT), 29% of transplant recipients with ALD and 59% of those with non-ALD worked versus 33% and 80% at 3 years for transplant recipients with ALD and non-ALD, respectively (P <.00001 for each interval).

We found no difference in the proportion of transplant recipients with ALD and non-ALD reporting early alcohol use post-OLT: 4% versus 5% at 6 months and 17% versus 16% at 12 months. However, among post-OLT drinkers, transplant recipients with non-ALD were more likely to drink moderately and those with ALD to drink excessively. At 7 years post-OLT, 32% of the patients with ALD reported using alcohol.

The odds ratio for alcohol use among patients who maintained abstinence for fewer than 6 months pre-OLT versus those who maintained abstinence for greater than 6 months was 7.8 (95% confidence interval, 4.0 to 15.3). Before OLT and at long-term follow-up, substantially more transplant recipients with non-ALD than ALD were employed.

The proportions of transplant recipients with ALD and non-ALD reporting alcohol use did not differ, although those with ALD tended to consume greater quantities.


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Liver transplantation
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R/ZA1872


Informationsstand: 20.04.2004

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