Clinical pharmacy in Sri Lanka: translating training into practice

Coombes, Ian, Judith Coombes, and Andrew Dawson. “Clinical pharmacy in Sri Lanka: translating training into practice.” Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 45, no. 4 (2015): 392-393. Sri Lanka has a strong national health system, which has achieved developed world health outcomes. It has also had a sustained commitment to drug policy ranging from its … Continue Reading »

Indirect causes of maternal death

Storm, Frederikke, Suneth Agampodi, Michael Eddleston, Jane Brandt Sørensen, Flemming Konradsen, and Thilde Rheinländer. “Indirect causes of maternal death.” The Lancet Global Health 10 (2013): e1001442. Comprehensive analyses of the causes of maternal mortality have been published by WHO and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.These analyses strikingly show the increasing importance of indirect … Continue Reading »

Major reductions in global suicide numbers can be made rapidly through pesticide regulation without the need for psychosocial interventions

Eddleston, Michael, and D. Nicholas Bateman. “Major reductions in global suicide numbers can be made rapidly through pesticide regulation without the need for psychosocial interventions.” Social Science & Medicine 72, no. 1 (2011): 1-2. click here for full text

A strategy for changing plasma pralidoxime kinetics and, perhaps, effect in organophosphorus insecticide poisoning

Eddleston, Michael, and Nicholas A. Buckley. “A strategy for changing plasma pralidoxime kinetics and, perhaps, effect in organophosphorus insecticide poisoning*.” Critical care medicine 39, no. 4 (2011): 908-909. click here for full text

Response to Letter to the Editor entitled Is there a relationship between the WHO hazard classification of organophosphate pesticide and outcomes in suicidal human poisoning with commercial organophosphate formulations?

Peter, John Victor. “Response to Letter to the Editor entitled “Is there a relationship between the WHO hazard classification of organophosphate pesticide and outcomes in suicidal human poisoning with commercial organophosphate formulations?”.” Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology 57, no. 2 (2010): 339-340. abstract:  

Factors influencing variability in clinical outcomes from imidacloprid self-poisoning

Mohamed, Fahim, Andrew H. Dawson, and Darren Roberts. “Factors influencing variability in clinical outcomes from imidacloprid self-poisoning.”Clinical Toxicology 47, no. 8 (2009): 836-837. click here to read

Comment on late-onset intermediate syndrome due to organophosphate poisoning

Jayawardane, Pradeepa, and Andrew Dawson. “Comment on late-onset intermediate syndrome due to organophosphate poisoning.” Clinical Toxicology46, no. 9 (2008): 913-913. click here to read

Multiple-dose activated charcoal in yellow oleander poisoning – Authors’ reply

Eddleston, M., E. Juszczak, N. A. Buckley, and South Asian Clinical Toxicology Research Collaboration. “Multiple-dose activated charcoal in yellow oleander poisoning–Authors’ reply.” The Lancet 371, no. 9631 (2008): 2171-2172. no text here

A comment on ‘Predicting outcome in acute organophosphorus poisoning with a poison severity score or the Glasgow coma scale’

Jayawardane, P., and Andrew Dawson. “A comment on ‘Predicting outcome in acute organophosphorus poisoning with a poison severity score or the Glasgow coma scale’.” QJM 101, no. 6 (2008): 507-508. click here to read