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Table 7 Comparison of the expected remaining lifetime of dialysis or transplant patients between Japan, the US, and Europe [12, 13]

From: Calculation of expected remaining lifetime of dialysis patients in Japan

Agea (years old) Expected remaining lifetime of Japanese dialysis patients (years, 2015) Expected remaining lifetime of US transplant patients (years, 2016) [12] JUT-Rb Expected remaining lifetime of European transplant patients (years, 2011~2015) [13] JET-Rc
Male Female Age Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
32 29.5 32.5 30–34 35.3 37.1 0.84 0.88 34.2 35.4 0.86 0.92
37 25.9 29.1 35–39 31.2 33.1 0.83 0.88 30.1 31.2 0.86 0.93
42 22.2 25.6 40–44 27.4 29.1 0.81 0.88 26 27.4 0.86 0.93
47 19.1 22.3 45–49 23.6 25.2 0.81 0.88 22.3 23.7 0.86 0.94
52 16.0 19.1 50–54 20.0 21.7 0.80 0.88 18.5 19.9 0.87 0.96
57 13.5 16.0 55–59 16.8 18.2 0.80 0.88 15.4 16.5 0.87 0.97
62 10.9 12.9 60–64 14.0 15.2 0.78 0.85 12.4 13.3 0.88 0.97
67 8.6 10.0 65–69 11.4 12.5 0.76 0.80 9.9 10.5 0.87 0.95
72 7.0 8.0 70–74 9.3 10.1 0.75 0.79 7.6 7.9 0.92 1.01
77 5.5 6.0 75–79 5.6 5.5 0.98 1.10
82 4.0 4.5 80–84 3.6 3.3 1.11 1.36
  1. aThe expected remaining lifetime of Japanese dialysis patients at each age was excerpted every 5 years
  2. bJUT-R = (expected remaining lifetime of dialysis patients in Japan) ÷ (expected remaining lifetime of transplant patients in the US)
  3. cJET-R = (expected remaining lifetime of dialysis patients in Japan) ÷ (expected remaining lifetime of transplant patients in Europe)