Gilles Paul

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Homocysteine is associated with atherosclerosis and enhanced cardiovascular risk. In previous studies, treatment with folic acid up to 15 mg/d failed to correct hyperhomocysteinemia in the majority of end-stage renal disease patients. A dose of 30 or 60 mg of folic acid per day was compared with 15 mg/d in an attempt to normalize hyperhomocysteinemia in 150(More)
In the last two years the authors have noted the cases of five patients with pulmonary tuberculosis to which intermittent treatment with Rifampicin was administered (twice weekly, 600-900 mg/day), in association with Ethambutol. Between 2 and 6 months after the treatment was started, 24-72 hours after the last administration of Rifampicin acute renal(More)