Latest study from the Peter Morris Centre for Evidence in Transplantation highlights that clinical trials of immunosuppressants are not representative of the clinical transplant population
This new study on Prograf versus generic tacrolimus from the Peter Morris Centre for Evidence in Transplantation is cited as an example of the fact that clinical trial populations may not be representative of the clinical transplant population
The National Kidney Federation featured an article on the new ESPRIT information resource in its latest edition of Kidney Life, to help raise awareness of its availability amongst patients.
Collation of comparative bioequivalence data for ciclosporin, tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil products plus NHS list prices as quoted in MIMS. Please note that contract prices may well vary.
The Autumn 2013 edition of Kidney Life includes a feature on the new ESPRIT information poster on taking immunosuppressant drugs and associated fuller information resource
Gerneral information about things people with transplants need to know about taking their immunosuppressant medications. Includes information on key drug interactions to watch out for.
A poster for waiting rooms on key things to remember about taking immunosuppressant drugs. It links through to an additional information resource on the ESPRIT website which provides further details, including key drug interactions.
Should you have difficulty accessing these materials or require further information, please contact the ESPRIT Group Secretariat at email@example.com.