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eBook Clinical Management of the Renal Transplant Recipient With Cyclosporine: A Transplantation Proceedings Reprint of Supplement 1, Vol Xviii, April 198 ePub

by Ronald M. M.D. Ferguson

  • ISBN: 0808918230
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Ronald M. M.D. Ferguson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Grune & Stratton (July 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 216
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A Transplantation proceedings reprint of Supplement 1, volume XVIII, April 1986.

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Cyclosporine G (OG 37-324) reportedly is an efficacious immunosuppressant with less nephrotoxicity than .

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Eventually tacrolimus was replaced by cyclosporine . Because transplant populations are vulnerable to rejection and infectious complications, these agents may contribute to the high incidence of ted neutropenia. Twelve-month evaluation of the clinical pharmacokinetics of total and free mycophenolic acid and its glucuronide metabolites in renal allograft recipients on low dose tacrolimus in combination with mycophenolate mofetil. Ther Drug Monit 25: 609–622, 2003. OpenUrl CrossRef PubMed.

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Renal transplant recipients showed significantly faster; gastric emptying and colon arrival times (P <. A pharmacokinetics study of cyclosporine A: factors affecting the usefulness of trough levels in predicting drug exposure in renal transplant patients.

Renal transplant recipients showed significantly faster; gastric emptying and colon arrival times (P <. 001) compared with normal volunteers; however, small intestinal transit time was not significantly different (P .44). In stable renal transplant recipients, the GI transit parameters were significantly faster than in normal healthy volunteers.

Effect of cyclosporine on renal function in kidney transplant recipients : a 12-year follow-up. Jan 1, 1995·Clinical Transplantation. Effect of the maintenance immunosuppressive drug regimen on kidney transplant outcome. Aug 1, 1994·Transplantation.

Cyclosporine (CSA) pharmacodynamic analysis using carboxyfluorescein diacetate succinimidyl ester (CFSE)-based T cell proliferation assay was examined in 66 kidney transplant recipients before and after transplantation

Cyclosporine (CSA) pharmacodynamic analysis using carboxyfluorescein diacetate succinimidyl ester (CFSE)-based T cell proliferation assay was examined in 66 kidney transplant recipients before and after transplantation. Two parameters, the 50% inhibitory concentration (IC50) and the percentage of T-cell proliferation values at the lower plateau (bottom), were compared with clinical events. A significant relation in CSA pharmacodynamic parameters was observed between pre- and.

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