Gerald Berry

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  • Influenza pneumonia in a paediatric lung transplant recipient TRANSPLANT INTERNATIONAL Faul, J. L., Akindipe, O. A., Berry, G. J., Theodore, J. 2000; 13 (1): 79-81

    Abstract:

    Although a common cause of morbidity and mortality in the general population, influenza infections are uncommon in lung transplant recipients and, to date, have only been associated with transient declines in pulmonary function and a relatively benign clinical course. This paper describes severe influenza pneumonia in a 13-year-old paediatric lung transplant recipient (5 months after double lung transplantation). Influenza pneumonia was diagnosed by direct fluorescent antibody testing and viral culture of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid. The patient required mechanical ventilation for 2 days due to respiratory failure and fatigue. Since his recovery from this pneumonia, he has developed obliterative bronchiolitis and currently awaits re-transplantation.

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    View details for PubMedID 10743695

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