Causality assessment of adverse reactions to drugs--I. A novel method based on the conclusions of international consensus meetings: application to drug-induced liver injuries.

Abstract

Despite the great number of methods proposed, assessing the causal role of a drug in the occurrence of an adverse medical event remains one of the most controversial issues. Qualifying terms for criteria, such as "compatible", "suggestive" of "inconclusive", have never been strictly defined, leading to low reproducibility. Weights of the criteria are… (More)

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