Detection of New Adverse Drug Reactions
M. D. B. Stephens, J. C. C. Talbot, Philip Routledge
Macmillan Reference, 1998 - Medical - 546 pages
This book examines the drug information cycle within pharmaceutical companies and assesses existing methods of collection, storage and processing of adverse event data and outlines ways of improving the drug information cycle. It is the only reference covering the entire field of pharmacovigilance.
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Toxicology and Adverse Drug Reactions
Methodology for the Collection of Adverse Event Data in Clinical
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