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Assessment of Risks of Pulmonary Infection During 12 Months Following Immunosuppressive Treatment for Active Connective Tissue Diseases: A Large-scale Prospective Cohort Study

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Posted 04 April 2015 - 08:33 AM

Assessment of Risks of Pulmonary Infection During 12 Months Following Immunosuppressive Treatment for Active Connective Tissue Diseases: A Large-scale Prospective Cohort Study.

 

Physicians should be aware of the higher risks for corticosteroids of pulmonary infection than other immunosuppressants and assess these risk factors before immunosuppressive treatment. PubMed, J Rheumatol, 02/01/2015. (Also see: Immunosuppressants and Steroids)

 

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