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Hypertension and cyclosporin

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  • hypertension and nephrotoxicity are commonly caused by cyclosporin treatment

  • the degree of hypertension, usually, is proportional to the dose of cyclosporin - generally the hypertension resolves on withdrawal of cyclosporin therapy, but this measure is almost never required (1)


  • (1) Prescribers' Journal (2000), 40 (2), 165-168.

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