Nonadherent Behaviors After Solid Organ Transplantation

Nonadherent Behaviors After Solid Organ Transplantation,10.1016/j.transproceed.2010.09.103,Transplantation Proceedings,G. Germani,S. Lazzaro,F. Gnoato

Nonadherent Behaviors After Solid Organ Transplantation  
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G. Germani, S. Lazzaro, F. Gnoato, M. Senzolo, V. Borella, G. Rupolo, U. Cillo, P. Rigotti, G. Feltrin, M. Loy, A. Martin, G. C. Sturniolo
Background and aimThe effectiveness of any treatment depends not only on the choice of therapy, but also, to a large extent, on the patient's active cooperation. Adherence to medical prescriptions and particularly to immunosuppressive therapy is crucial to prevent medical complications that negatively influence graft function and patient survival after organ transplantation. The aim of this study was to assess, among patients who underwent solid organ transplantation, nonadherent behaviors (NAB) to immunosuppressive therapy, to correct lifestyle, and to general medical prescriptions.
Journal: Transplantation Proceedings - TRANSPLANT PROC , vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 318-323, 2011
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