Relationship between development of nephrotoxicity and blood concentration of cyclosporine A in bone-marrow transplanted recipients who received the continuous intravenous infusion.

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This study was undertaken to investigate the relationship between blood concentration of cyclosporine A (CsA), administered intravenously by a 24-h continuous infusion, and drug-induced nephrotoxicity or hepatotoxicity. It was investigated retrospectively in 8 patients who had received an allogeneic bone marrow transplant (BMT). The correlation between… (More)

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@article{Kagawa2003RelationshipBD, title={Relationship between development of nephrotoxicity and blood concentration of cyclosporine A in bone-marrow transplanted recipients who received the continuous intravenous infusion.}, author={Yoshiyuki Kagawa and J. Sawada and Shizuo Yamada and Hiroaki Matsuda and Shin-ichi Kageyama and Masahiro Masuya and Hiroshi Shiku and Michio Kojima}, journal={Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin}, year={2003}, volume={26 8}, pages={1115-9} }