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Immunosuppression strategies 

Immunosuppression strategies
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Immunosuppression strategies
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Jon A. Kobashigawa

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198734871.003.0017
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date: 19 September 2019

The success of cardiac transplantation is largely attributable to the development of effective immunosuppressive regimens. Minimizing immunosuppression and immunosuppression-associated complications without sacrificing efficacy is the goal of post-transplantation management. This chapter evaluates a number of conventional immunosuppression agents before moving onto immunosuppression strategies and regimen, minimization of immunosuppression, special considerations, and novel immunosuppressive agents.

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