Guide To Further Reading

Edwards IR, Aronson J K 2000 Adverse drug reactions: definitions, diagnosis, and management. Lancet 356:1255-1259 Ewan P W 1998 Anaphylaxis. British Medical Journal

316:1442-1445 Gruchalla R S 2000 Clinical assessment of drug-induced disease. Lancet 356:1505-1511

Herbst A L1984 Diethylstilboestrol exposure—1984 [effects of exposure during pregnancy on mother and daughters]. New England Journal of Medicine 311:1433-1435 Kaufman D W, Shapiro S 2000 Epidemiological assessment of drug-induced disease. Lancet 356: 1339-1343

Knowles S R, Uetrecht J, Shear N H 2000 Idiosyncratic drug reactions: the reactive metabolite syndromes. Lancet 356:1587-1591 Koren D, Pastuszak A, Ito S 1998 Drugs in pregnancy. New England Journal of Medicine 338:1128-1137 (lists drugs that are safe and unsafe to use in pregnancy)

Meyer U A 2000 Pharmacogenetics and adverse drug reactions. Lancet 356:1667-1671 Pirmohammed M et al 2000 Adverse drug reactions.

British Medical Journal 316:1295-1298 Scott J L et al 1965 A controlled double-blind study of the haematologic toxicity of chloramphenicol. New England Journal of Medicine 272:1137 Vervolet D, Durham S 1998 ABC of allergies: adverse reactions to drugs. British Medical Journal 316: 1511-1514

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