Pharmacoepidemiology, Volumen 1

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CRC Press, 1 ago. 1989 - 360 páginas
This volume is comprised of papers presented at the Third International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology, held September 9-11, 1987, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The book is divided into four sections, which reflect the four themes of the conference: Social Impact of Pharmacoepidemiology; Drug Epidemiology and the Law; Drug Surveillance; and Drugs, Populations, and Outcomes: Specific Studies. The collection of papers discusses the social and legal impact of epidemiology, the system of checks and balances that is necessary for the field, the importance of core support for researchers, and the goal of an enlightened and informed public, including the media, consumer advocates, and the courts. Contributing authors offer perspectives from academia, practice, government, industry and the law. Numerous tables and figures are included to illustrate many of the papers within the text. This book offers substantial reading for epidemiologists and individuals interested in the field of pharmacoepidemiology.
 

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Introduction
3
Regulatory Decisionmaking by Robert C Nelson
23
Industry Perspectives and the Contributions
43
Anatomy of an Intellectual
87
Introduction
119
Frequency Analysis of Spontaneous Reports from Different
133
Promote Physician Reporting of Adverse Drug Events to the Food
145
Monitoring System for Adverse Events Following Immunization
155
A Further Assessment
217
Introduction
227
Impact of Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Agents on General
243
NSAIDs as a Cause of Morbidity and Mortality from Peptic Ulcer
255
The Relationship Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Risk
261
Collaborative Study of the Effects of Acyclovir in Pregnancy
273
CreutzfeldtJakob Disease Human Growth Hormone and
283
The Challenge of Postmarketing Surveillance
289

Application of a New Method for Adverse Experience Monitoring
163
A Nationwide Drug Surveillance Network by Thaddeus
171
The Pharmacoepidemiology Data Base of the Brigham
191
Overcoming Limitations of Routine Surveillance of Drug
197
Current Status of the Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan
207
Differences in Psychotropic Medications Reported Used by Blacks
303
A Longitudinal Study of Aging
315
Psychotropic Drug Use and Health Outcomes in Nursing Homes
325
What is the Cost of Nephrotoxicity Associated with
333
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