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International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 5/2002

Ausgabe 5/2002

Inhaltsverzeichnis ( 11 Artikel )

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002


01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Impact of drug policy on the use of parenteral cephalosporins in Italy

Gianfranco Damiani, Bruno Federico, Marco Oradei, Gian Carlo Vanini, Rino Bellocco

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Using the Internet to develop an international learning community of pharmacists

Sue Burton, Claire Anderson

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Toxicity to topical dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) when used as an extravasation antidote

N. Creus, J. Mateu, J. Massó, C. Codina, J. Ribas

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Measuring the impact of medicines information services on patient care: methodological considerations

Anne Spinewine, Bryony Dean

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

The identification of barriers preventing the successful implementation of a surgical prophylaxis protocol

Kathryn M. Burnett, Michael G. Scott, Patricia M. Kearney, W. George Humphreys, Robert M. McMillen

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Survey of drug use practices and antibiotic prescribing pattern at a general hospital in Nigeria

C.M. Chukwuani, M. Onifade, K. Sumonu

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

The lay user perspective on the quality of pharmaceuticals, drug therapy and pharmacy services – results of focus group discussions

Janine Morgall Traulsen, Anna Birna lmarsdóttir, Ingunn Björnsdóttir

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

The potential interaction between oral anticoagulants and acetaminophen in everyday practice

P.M.L.A. van den Bemt, L.M. Geven, N.A. Kuitert, A. Risselada, J.R.B.J. Brouwers

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002

Desire for information about drugs: relationships with patients' characteristics and adverse effects

R. Laaksonen, C. Duggan, I. Bates

01.10.2002 | Ausgabe 5/2002


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