Pharmacovigilance

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Ronald D. Mann, Elizabeth B. Andrews
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 24, 2003 - Medical - 582 pages
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Interest in the field of pharmacovigilance has grown rapidly inrecent years with the possible toxicity of a drug becoming as mucha focus of clinical trials as its benefits. This key text is adefinitive resource for professionals working withinpharmacovigilance. Written by leading professionals in the field,its clear structure, covers all the important aspects of thesubject including:-
* Legal aspects
* Drug regulatory requirements
* Methods of signal generation
* Reporting schemes
* Pharmacovigilance in selected system-organ classes
* Future directions
This comprehensive book should be in all pharmacovigilancedepartments, regional
pharmacovigilance centres and regulatory authorities. It is anunparalleled
source of information and reference for all researchers inpharmacovigilance, pharmaceutical practice and medicine.

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Contents

PART II SIGNAL GENERATION
167
PART III PHARMACOVIGILANCE AND SELECTED SYSTEM ORGAN CLASSES
423
PART IV LESSONS AND DIRECTIONS
503

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Ronald D. Mann is the author of Pharmacovigilance, published by Wiley.

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