Reporting of adverse drug reactions in randomised controlled trials – a systematic survey

@article{Loke2001ReportingOA,
  title={Reporting of adverse drug reactions in randomised controlled trials – a systematic survey},
  author={Yoon K Loke and Sheena Derry},
  journal={BMC Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={3 - 3}
}
BACKGROUND Decisions on treatment are guided, not only by the potential for benefit, but also by the nature and severity of adverse drug reactions. However, some researchers have found numerous deficiencies in trial reports of adverse effects. We sought to confirm these findings by evaluating trials of drug therapy published in seven eminent medical journals in 1997. METHODS Literature review to determine whether the definition, recording and reporting of adverse drug reactions in clinical… CONTINUE READING

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