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Pharmacy World and Science

, Volume 15, Issue 4, pp 176–177 | Cite as

The prescription drug history in pharmacoepidemiology

  • H. Petri
Doctoral Theses
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Keywords

Asthma Data collection Drug utilization Flunarizine Pharmacoepidemiology Pharmacy records Questionnaires Side effects 

Results have also been published in the following papers

  1. Petri H, De Vet HCW, Naus J, Urquhart J. Prescription sequence analysis: a new and fast method for assessing certain adverse reactions of prescription drugs in large populations. Statist Med 1988;7:1171–5.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Petri H, Leufkens H, Naus J, Silkens R, Van Hessen P, Urquhart J. Rapid method for estimating the risk of acutely controversial side effects of prescription drugs. J Clin Epidemiol 1990; 43:433–9.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Van Hessen P, Petri H, Urquhart J. Do prescribed drugs always follow the patients to hospital? Pharm Weekbl [Sci] 1990;12:66–70.Google Scholar
  4. Petri H, Urquhart J. Channeling bias in the interpretation of drug effects. Statist Med 1991, 10:577–81.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Petri H, Urquhart J, Herings R, Bakker A. Characteristics of patients prescribed three different inhalational beta-2-agonists: an example of the channeling phenomenon. Post Market Surveill 1991;5:57–65.Google Scholar
  6. Petri H, Kessels F, Kamakura T. Markers of adverse drug reactions in medication histories: an analysis of inhaled steroid utilization. Pharm Weekbl [Sci] 1991;13:97–101.Google Scholar
  7. Van den Brand P, Petri H, Dorant E, Coldbohm RA, Van de Crommert S. A comparison of questionnaire information and pharmacy data on drug usage. Pharm Weekbl [Sci] 1991;13:91–6.Google Scholar
  8. Petri H, Heerdink R, Leufkens HG, Kessels F, Urquhart J. Channeling of antidepressant drugs to patients with cardiovascular disease. Post Market Surveill 1991;5:159–67.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Petri
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of EpidemiologyUniversity of LimburgMD MaastrichtThe Netherlands

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