A Manual of Adverse Drug InteractionsBy
- J.P. Griffin
- P.F. D'Arcy
For the pharmaceutical and general medical industry, clinical pharmacologists and toxicologists.
Hardbound, 649 Pages
Published: November 1997
...As a reference book, Griffin & Darcy is a tour de force....it is not simply a catalogue; they have preserved a critical perspective throughout, distinguishing between interactions that are of clinical significance, and those that are not.
J. Mucklow, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
...this book, now in it's fifth edition, has provided information on adverse drug interactions, that is unrivalled in coverage and scholarship.
R. Bass, Adverse Drug Reactions and Toxicological Reviews Vol.16, No. 4
...The review is presented in a format which continues to appeal to the scientist and practitioner.
...This expert text is comprehensively referenced and should prove popular with its fine layout and prudent content.
P. Sanghani, International Journal of Pharmaceutics