Detection and incidence of drug-induced liver injuries in hospital: a prospective analysis from laboratory signals.

@article{Bagheri2000DetectionAI,
  title={Detection and incidence of drug-induced liver injuries in hospital: a prospective analysis from laboratory signals.},
  author={Haleh Bagheri and Frēdēric Michel and Maryse Lapeyre-Mestre and Evelyne Lagier and Jean-Pierre Cambus and P. Valdiguie and Jean Louis Montastruc},
  journal={British journal of clinical pharmacology},
  year={2000},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={
          479-84
        }
}
AIMS Liver damage remains the most frequent type of adverse drug reaction (ADRs) that can lead to the withdrawal of a drug from the market. The abnormal laboratory data identified by computerized hospital information systems can be used in order to improve the detection of ADRs. Our objectives were to assess the detection and incidence of drug-induced liver abnormalities in a university hospital inpatient population and to evaluate the underreporting rate of drug-induced liver injury. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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