Silvana Giljanović

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A 14-month (1992/3) prospective study was performed in two departments of the University Hospital Centre (UHC) in Zagreb. The aim of the study was to assess the rate of drug-related hospitalizations, drugs that caused adverse drug reactions (ADRs), and all factors which could have been of importance for their appearance. One hundred and thirty (2.5%) of(More)
Between 1981 and 1994, 58 bioequivalence studies (b.s.) were performed in 885 healthy volunteers. 93.1 per cent were single-dose, mainly of two way cross-over design. According to ATC groups, 13 were of cardiovascular drugs(C), 11 musculoskeletal (M), nine alimentary (A), seven urogenital (G), seven antimicrobial (J), six haematological (B), three nervous(More)
Epidemiologic characteristics of foodborne intoxications registered in Croatia during the 1992-2001 period are described. Salmonellosis, as well as staphylococcal food intoxication, foodborne botulism, Clostridium perfringens food intoxication, histamine poisoning and food intoxication caused by other pathogens, especially conditionally pathogenic bacteria,(More)
BACKGROUND Regulatory agencies in the United States (US) and Europe differ in requirements for defining pregnancies after the last dose of oral contraceptive, sometimes resulting in discrepant Pearl Indices (PIs) for the same product despite identical clinical data. This brief report highlights one such example, a 91-day extended-regimen combined oral(More)
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