Prescriptive contraceptive use among isotretinoin users in the Netherlands in comparison with non‐users: a drug utilisation study

@article{Crijns2012PrescriptiveCU,
  title={Prescriptive contraceptive use among isotretinoin users in the Netherlands in comparison with non‐users: a drug utilisation study},
  author={Hubertina J.M.J. Crijns and Nienke van Rein and Christine C. Gispen-de Wied and Sabine M.J.M. Straus and Lolkje T. W. Jong‐van den Berg},
  journal={Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety},
  year={2012},
  volume={21}
}
To assess the compliance with the isotretinoin Pregnancy Prevention Programme (PPP) by evaluating the use of prescribed contraceptives among isotretinoin users. The PPP contains a requirement for the use of contraceptive methods for women of childbearing potential. 
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