Elena Ramírez

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Alberto M. Borobia3
Nicolás Medrano2
Jesús Frías2
Antonio J. Carcas2
Chuang-Wei Wang1
3Alberto M. Borobia
2Nicolás Medrano
2Jesús Frías
2Antonio J. Carcas
1Chuang-Wei Wang
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Background. Methylphenidate (MPH) is widely used in treating children with attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Hepatotoxicity is a rare phenomenon; only few cases are described with no liver failure. Case. We report on the case of a 12-year-old boy who received MPH for attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Two months later the patient presented(More)
Detection and reporting of drug-induced life-threatening potassium disturbances and the study of associated factors under a Pharmacovigilance Program using Laboratory Signals at a Hospital (PPLSH) during a 2-year period. All serum potassium levels <2 mmol/l or >7 mmol/l detected at admission to the hospital, including those of patients who died in the(More)
  • Alberto M. Borobia, Rubin Lubomirov, Elena Ramírez, Alicia Lorenzo, Armando Campos, Raul Muñoz-Romo +3 others
  • 2012
Appropriate dosing of coumarins is difficult to establish, due to significant inter-individual variability in the dose required to obtain stable anticoagulation. Several genetic and other clinical factors have been associated with the coumarins dose, and some pharmacogenetic-guided dosing algorithms for warfarin and acenocoumarol have been developed for(More)
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