Published in Cardiovascular Week, July 4th, 2011
"The success of transplantation in large part is attributable to immunosuppression, including steroids, one of the mainstay agents. Despite its efficacy to treat acute graft rejection, steroids show numerous adverse effects. With newer immunosuppressive agents, steroid withdrawal is possible. We compared cardiac transplant patients who died versus survived between 2001 and 2006. We obtained Personal, transplant, occurrence of and...
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