Publikationen zum Thema

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  • Hanigan MH (2009)
    Over-the-counter medications and cancer patients: growing awareness of drug-drug interactions. Expert Opin Drug Metab
    Toxicol 5: 105-7. Medline-Link

  • Hanigan MH, Dela Cruz BL, et al. (2008)
    Use of prescription and nonprescription medications and supplements by cancer patients during chemotherapy: questionnaire validation.
    J Oncol Pharm Pract 14: 123-30. Medline-Link

  • Junius-Walker U, Theile G, Hummers-Pradier E (2007)
    Prevalence and predictors of polypharmacy among older primary care patients in Germany. Fam Pract 24: 14-9. Medline-Link

  • Vickers AJ, Kuo J, Cassileth BR (2006)
    Unconventional anticancer agents: a systematic review of clinical trials. J Clin Oncol 24: 136-40. Medline-Link
  • Yoon SL, Schaffer SD (2006)
    Herbal, prescribed, and over-the-counter drug use in older women: prevalence of drug interactions. Geriatr Nurs 27: 118-29. Medline-Link

  • Cassileth BR, Vickers AJ (2005)
    High prevalence of complementary and alternative medicine use among cancer patients: implications for research and clinical care.
    J Clin Oncol 23: 2590-2. Medline-Link

  • Neafsey PJ (2004)
    Self-medication practices that alter the efficacy of selected cardiac medications. Home Healthc Nurse 22: 88-98; quiz 99-100. Medline-Link

  • Risberg T, Vickers A, et al. (2003)
    Does use of alternative medicine predict survival from cancer?
    Eur J Cancer 39: 372-7. Medline-Link

  • Vickers AJ, Cassileth BR (2001)
    Unconventional therapies for cancer and cancer-related symptoms. Lancet Oncol 2: 226-32. Medline-Link

  • Barat I, Andreasen F, Damsgaard EM (2000)
    The consumption of drugs by 75-year-old individuals living in their own homes. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 56: 501-9. Medline-Link
  • Barat I, Andreasen F, Damsgaard EM (2001)
    Drug therapy in the elderly: what doctors believe and patients actually do. Br J Clin Pharmacol 51: 615-22. Medline-Link