Brian L. Strom
Churchill Livingstone, 1989 - Drugs - 424 pages
This is a survey of the application of the principles of epidemiology to clinical pharmacology. As well as providing background information on what is included in this field, it also describes the systems developed to perform pharmcoepidemiologic studies.
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