Pressive

Pres´sive


a.1.Pressing; urgent; also, oppressive; as, pressive taxation.
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They also found a significantly higher rate of antibody-mediated rejection in patients with HIV infection who received antiproliferative immunosup pressive in the form of sirolimus (62%) versus those who received a mycophenolate formulation (38%).
In our opinion, this issue can be resolved either by using alternate treatment options including immuno sup- pressive agents like azathioprine, hydroxycholo- roquine, cyclophosphamide, methotrexate as well as azathioprine, which has been used in patients who were non responsive to prednisolon1 or run- ning clinical trials to prove or disprove the efficacy of corticosteroid treatment.