Deductive, Systematic Signal Validation as Method for Efficacy Improvement in Pharmaco- and Chemo-Vigilance

1. Deutscher Kongress für Patientensicherheit bei medikamentöser Therapie, April 19th – 20th, Congresshalle, Saarbrücken, Germany - R. Arno Wess, Joseph Gut and Robert Dannecker


Scientific Essay, 2005
1 Pages, Grade: Keine

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Deductive, Systematic Signal Validation as Method for Efficacy Improvement in Pharmaco- and Chemo-Vigilance
Subtitle
1. Deutscher Kongress für Patientensicherheit bei medikamentöser Therapie, April 19th – 20th, Congresshalle, Saarbrücken, Germany - R. Arno Wess, Joseph Gut and Robert Dannecker
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1. Deutscher Kongress für Patientensicherheit bei medikamentöser Therapie, Congresshalle, Saarbrücken, Germany
Grade
Keine
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Year
2005
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1
Catalog Number
V125407
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9783640312337
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893 KB
Language
English
Notes
An example on Benzene Toxicity and crossing metabolic pathways is given.
Tags
Bezene toxicity, Signal Validation, Pharmacovigilance, Translational Medicine, Read-Across, Crossing pathways, Benzene toxicity, In silico
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Ralf Arno Wess (Author), 2005, Deductive, Systematic Signal Validation as Method for Efficacy Improvement in Pharmaco- and Chemo-Vigilance, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/125407

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