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Voriconazole Induced Severe Liver Toxicity Post Keratitis
The Open Drug Safety Journal
The case involved a 72-year old Saudi female patient who was treated for fungal keratitis. Aspergillus species was confirmed. The patient showed mild liver impairment upon admission. Antimicrobial eye drop solutions which comprise the medicines for the treatment regimen included antibiotics (gentamicin, cefazoline, ceftazidine, and moxifloxacin) and antifungal (amphotericin B and, voriconazole) that were started on day one, as well as, voriconazole systemic. On day 9 of the hospitalization, thedoi:10.2174/1876818001304010001 fatcat:m5xwmjxiujgbll5eenqxe4oiku