This edition reflects the evolution of legal standards, professional rules, industrial codes of ethics, and court experience in cases involving recompense for medical injury since the 1988 version. While deriving from legal standards of the US, British Commonwealth, European Union, and Nordic Council, a chapter is devoted to issues particular to developing countries. Following an introductory chapter on the emergence and recognition of problems relating to drug safety, 20 chapters cover such areas as: the legal framework (types of proceedings, evidence, and proof); the responsibility of everyone from the government and manufacturer to the prescriber and patient; clinical investigation of drugs; controlled drugs; self-medication; alternative and complementary medicine; and vaccines and biologicals. Includes a table of cases, and table of conventions, statutes, and regulations. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR... (F.T.C.A.), alleging negligence in the administration, supervision, and subsequent monitoring of the drug testing programme. ... pros and cons, the physician-investigator must trust his own conscience and medical knowledge, if necessaryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Responsibility for Drug-induced Injury|
|Author||:||Graham Dukes, Maurice Nelson Graham Dukes, Mark Mildred, Barbara Swartz|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 1998-01-01|