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Том 7 №2 2005 год - Нефрология и диализ

Эффективность и токсичность циклоспорина А. Мониторинг концентрации (Обзор литературы)


Вознесенская Т.С.

Аннотация: Циклоспорин А хорошо известен как эффективный иммуносупрессивный препарат, используемый в течение последних 15 лет при трансплантации органов [26, 39, 46]. С 1986 г. циклоспорин А применяется для лечения стероид-резистентного, стероид-зависимого и часторецидивирующего нефротического синдрома [5, 6, 18, 23, 43, 48, 51].

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Ключевые слова: циклоспорин А, эффективность, токсичность, нефротический синдром, трансплантация

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