Johannes W. Harting

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Assessing the relevance of a clinically active pharmacist method compared to the traditional working method. The study was carried out in a general internal/gastro-enterology unit during two 8-weeks periods in 2004. It was an observational, non-randomized prospective study. Outcome measures were compared before and during the intervention. The intervention(More)
Neonates are highly vulnerable to medication errors because of their extensive exposure to medications in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), the general lack of evidence on pharmacotherapeutic interventions in neonates and the lack of neonate-specific formulations. We searched PubMed and EMBASE to identify relevant original studies published in the(More)
Chronic inflamatory bowel disease (IBD) refers to two diseases: Crohn's disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC). The etiology of IBD remains unknown. The understanding of the pathogenesis has expanded greatly over the last decade. The combination of genetic risk factors, abnormalities in the immune system, vascular and neural factors, and random(More)
We report a fatal intravenous ioversol administration in a 60-year old male patient. Although the introduction of new low-osmolar non-ionogenic contrast media with a more favourable efficacy-toxicity balance has diminished the side-effects significantly, everyone involved in radiodiagnostic procedures should be aware of the potential life-threatening(More)
In this article the clinical features and aetiology of inflammatory bowel diseases are described and current pharmacotherapeutic possibilities are explored. Also reviewed are recent developments and future prospects for the pharmacotherapy of inflammatory bowel diseases, including aminosalicylates, corticosteroids, immunosuppressants, lipoxygenase(More)
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