Relative Toxicity of Antidepressants Using Reports Independent of Observer Bias
The spontaneous confidential reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) used in several countries has the advantage of being cheap and effective in drawing attention to unusual and unexpected reactions with new drugs. No system is perfect, and open reporting systems have their limitations. It is recognised that one of their important problems is the likelihood that for a number of reasons serious ADRs may be underreported.
KeywordsEating Disorder Suicide Rate Suicidal Thought Borderline Personality Disorder Relative Toxicity
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