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The cephalosporin antibiotic proved more effective than trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole and amoxicillin.
New meta-analysis also found no significant difference in risk between antimicrobial agents in head-to-head trials.
New studies may clarify the risks associated with antibiotic combinations that include vancomycin, a drug with well-known nephrotoxicities.
Researchers find an association between late-onset BK virus nephropathy and less adherence to screening guidelines.
Kidneys from blood culture positive donors are not associated with graft and patient survival, however.
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