Concordance between prescriber- and patient-reported previous medical history and NSAID indication in the CADEUS cohort.

@article{FourrierRglat2010ConcordanceBP,
  title={Concordance between prescriber- and patient-reported previous medical history and NSAID indication in the CADEUS cohort.},
  author={Annie Fourrier-R{\'e}glat and Huynh Minh Cuong and R. Lassalle and Fanny Depont and Philip J. Robinson and C{\'e}cile Droz-Perroteau and Antoine Pariente and Bernard B{\'e}gaud and Patrick Blin and Nicholas Moore},
  journal={Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={
          474-81
        }
}
PURPOSE Various data sources may be used in pharmacoepidemiological studies. When they cannot be obtained from valid databases, medical data must be obtained from physicians or patients. In the CADEUS study, both patients and their prescribers reported medical data allowing investigation of the concordance between these sources. METHODS CADEUS is a French national cohort study of traditional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and coxib users conducted between September 2003 and… CONTINUE READING

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