Adverse events to Houttuynia injection: A systematic review

  title={Adverse events to Houttuynia injection: A systematic review},
  author={Li Wang and Xiao-hua Cui and Lan Cheng and Qiang Yuan and Ting-qian Li and Youping Li and Shao-lin Deng and Hongcai Shang and Zhao-xiang Bian},
  journal={Journal of Evidence‐Based Medicine},
  • Li Wang, Xiao-hua Cui, Z. Bian
  • Published 1 August 2010
  • Medicine, Political Science, Psychology
  • Journal of Evidence‐Based Medicine
Objective To systematically assess the main clinical features of Houttuynia injection‐associated adverse drug reactions (ADRs), as described in published reports, and to contribute to the post‐marketing re‐evaluation and clinical practices of Houttuynia injection. 
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