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  • n. The state or condition of being nephrotoxic.


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nephro- +‎ toxicity


  • Transplant patients need to maintain a minimum blood level of tacrolimus for the prevention of transplant allograft rejection, but excessive levels may increase the risk of serious side effects such as nephrotoxicity and opportunistic infections.

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  • At such low amounts, lithium is unlikely to produce the negative side effects -- hypothyroidism, nephrotoxicity, weight gain -- that complicate its use as a psychiatric drug.

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  • Belatacept is different from calcineurin inhibitors (CNI), such as cyclosporine, which is the class of drugs most commonly used to suppress the immune system in transplant patients, because it does not cause the toxicities associated with CNI - such as nephrotoxicity and aggravating cardiovascular risk factors.

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  • Kidney toxicity (nephrotoxicity) and nerve toxicity (neurotoxicity) are less frequent and less severe than is commonly observed with other platinum chemotherapy drugs. Featured News and Stories

  • Calcineurin inhibitors remain the most effective therapies available to prevent rejection, despite the fact that they cause progressive nephrotoxicity and have substantial side-effects.

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  • At least one of epidermal papillary smoke has withdrawn reported, in exposure to a mixture of celecoxib-induced discovered hepato-nephrotoxicity.


  • At least one of antipyretic papillary failure has done reported, in vein to a colitis of celecoxib-induced shown hepato-nephrotoxicity.


  • A higher risk of nephrotoxicity was noted for patients with the heterozygous

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  • No hypersensitivity, cardiac or nephrotoxicity was observed with FOLPI or FOLFOX.

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  • The Human Kidney MAP will be used in clinical trials to reveal early signs and locations of drug-induced kidney damage, known as renal toxicity or nephrotoxicity, thereby guiding important decisions on lead compounds and dosage.

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