Responsibility for drug-induced injury a reference book for lawyers, the health professions and manufacturers by M. N. G. Dukes

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Published by IOS Press, Distributor in the USA and Canada, IOS Press in Amsterdam, Washington, DC, Burke, VA, USA .

Written in English

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  • Medical personnel -- Malpractice.,
  • Tort liability of hospitals.,
  • Products liability -- Drugs.,
  • Pharmacists -- Malpractice.,
  • Medical jurisprudence.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementGraham Dukes, Mark Mildred, Barbara Swartz.
ContributionsMildred, Mark., Swartz, Barbara.
LC ClassificationsK4365 .D85 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiii, 537 p. ;
Number of Pages537
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL712325M
ISBN 109051993870, 4274902110
LC Control Number97078442

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