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A definitive diagnosis of PCP is made by demonstration of organisms in lung tissue or lower respiratory tract secretions. Because no specific diagnostic pattern exists on any given imaging test, it is imperative that the diagnosis of PCP be confirmed by lung biopsy or bronchoalveolar lavage (KDIGO, 2009). 4 Prophylaxis The importance of preventing Pneumocystis infection cannot be overemphasized and although PCP is potentially a life-threatening complication of kidney transplant recipients, the use of chemoprophylaxis has been shown to be extremely effective in preventing the development of clinical disease attributable to this pathogen.
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3 Pzevention of primary varicella zoster infection The use of varicella zoster immunoglobulin has been demonstrated to prevent or modify varicella in immunosuppressed individuals exposed to varicella (3; 12; Boeckh, 2006). If varicella zoster immunoglobulin is not available, or if >96 h have passed since the exposure, some experts recommend prophylaxis with a 7-day course of oral acyclovir (80 mg/kg/day administered in four divided doses with a maximum of 800 mg per dose) beginning on day 7–10 after varicella exposure (12; Boeckh, 2006).
After the Kidney Transplant - The Patients and Their Allograft by Jorge Ortiz, Jason André