Bismuth Concentrations in Patients Treated in Real-Life Practice with a Bismuth Subcitrate-Metronidazole-Tetracycline Preparation: The SAPHARY Study

ConclusionsIn this study measuring blood bismuth concentrations in real-life practice, in    50 μg/L. No serious neurological adverse events were observed.Study registrationEU-PAS register EUPAS3142 atwww.encepp.eu; ENCePP study seal.
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