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drug-induced

adj
1. (Recreational Drugs) caused by recreational or medical drugs
2. (Medicine) caused by recreational or medical drugs
3. (Pharmacology) caused by recreational or medical drugs
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We aim at unravelling the parameters that control anaphylaxis in a novel clinically-relevant model of drug-induced anaphylaxis, strengthened by human-based studies involved patients undergoing drug-induced anaphylaxis in collaboration with clinicians and, altogether, rethink the principles of anaphylaxis.
Study Purpose: To determine correlation and predictive value between data obtained with the bispectral index (BIS) and diagnostic electroencephalogram (EEG) in determining degree of burst suppression during drug-induced coma.
The prospective study used data from the Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN).
Andrew Botham Offers Guidance for Detecting Drug-Induced Organ Toxicity Early in Clinical Trials
We therefore diagnosed drug-induced hepatotoxicity caused by aspirin.
Researchers and health care professionals can use the LiverTox database to identify basic and clinical research questions to be answered and to chart optimal ways to diagnose and control drug-induced liver injury.
of Leicester, UK) supplies pathologists, toxicologists, and pharmacologists involved in drug-safety evaluation in corporate, government, academic, and research settings with a text on drug-induced pathology in laboratory animals and the relevance of animal findings for human patients,including comparative anatomy and pathology and drug-induced reactions in patients.
Drug-induced sleep walking or other sleep behavior can manifest after improper use of a hypnotic drug.
London, Jan 16 ( ANI ): An Indian origin scientist and his team have developed a novel strategy to protect the liver from drug-induced injury and improve associated drug safety.
The estimated mortality rate among Irish adults (aged 15-64 years) due to drug-induced deaths is also second-highest in the EU, at almost 70 deaths per million (the EU average deathrate was 21 per million).
Drug-induced psychosis is extremely common in abusers of stimulants such as cocaine and prescription drugs used for ADHD such as Adderall.
It is therefore not surprising that drug-induced renal injury contributes up to 25% of all cases of acute renal failure.

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