Epidemiology and Management of Infections after Lung Transplantation

Speich, Rudolf; van der Bij, Wire
July 2001
Clinical Infectious Diseases;7/1/2001 Supplement 1, Vol. 33, pS58
Academic Journal
Discusses the epidemiology and treatment of infectious complications after lung transplantation. Pathogens which typically causes infections after lung transplantation; Microbiologic surveillance of the lung donor and recipients; Double-lung transplantation in patients with lung cystic fibrosis.


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