In Utero Rituximab Exposure Linked to Sepsis in Preemie

11:37 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Medscape

Infants born to mothers treated with rituximab, especially those born preterm, should be monitored closely for signs of infection, advise clinicians from Boston Children's Hospital in a paper online today in Pediatrics.
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Original Article: In Utero Rituximab Exposure Linked to Sepsis in Preemie


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