Importance of surveillance mycobacterial cultures after liver transplantation.

Abstract

The routine use of isoniazid prophylaxis after liver transplantation is a controversial issue because the benefits must be weighed against the risk of hepatotoxicity. We decided not to institute isoniazid prophylaxis but to study the efficacy of a surveillance mycobacterial program. One hundred patients were included in the protocol. Sputum and urine… (More)

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@article{TorreCisneros1995ImportanceOS, title={Importance of surveillance mycobacterial cultures after liver transplantation.}, author={Juli{\'a}n Torre-Cisneros and Manuel L de la Mata and Sebasti{\'a}n Rufi{\'a}n and J l Villanueva Marcos and J Guti{\'e}rrez Aroca and M Casal and Gonzalo Mi{\~n}o and Carla Pera}, journal={Transplantation}, year={1995}, volume={60 9}, pages={1054-5} }