Gastroenterology

No difference in liver transplant outcomes with penicillin allergy

HOUSTON β€” Researchers found no differences in outcomes between liver transplant recipients with a penicillin allergy label and matched controls, according to findings presented at the American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology Science Meeting.
β€œIn our cohort, having a penicillin allergy label did not impact outcomes in liver transplant recipients,” Gabriel Motoa Cardona, MD, a researcher in the division of pulmonology, allergy and sleep medicine at the Mayo Clinic Florida, said during the presentation.
Cardona presented findings from a study looking at reduction of

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