Pulmonary hypertension as a result of drug therapy.
- Published Article
Clinics in chest medicine
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 2004
Pulmonary hypertension, as a result of adverse drug reactions, must be considered as a rare occurrence. With good medicinal chemistry and screening of compounds before entry into man, it should be almost totally avoidable. Life and medicine are a continuing challenge as our exploration of the regions of unknown biology throw up new targets and new mechanisms and may catch us again as the anorectic (anorectic) drug caught our predecessors.
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