دانلود كتاب Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs كتاب جامع بررسي عوارض داروها

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Meyler's Side Effect of Drugs 15th

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This is a completely new edition of what has become the
standard reference text in the field of adverse drug reactions
and interactions since Leopold Meyler published his
first review of the subject 55 years ago. Although we have
retained the old title, Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs, the
subtitle of this edition, The Encyclopedia of Adverse Drug
Reactions and Interactions, reflects both modern terminology
and the scope of the review. The structure of the
book may have changed, but the Encyclopedia remains
the most comprehensive reference source on adverse drug
reactions and interactions and a major source of informed
discussion about them.


The History of Meyler
The history of Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs goes back 55
years; a full account can be found at http://www.elsevier.-
com/locate/Meyler and the various volumes are listed
before the title page of this set. When Leopold Meyler, a
physician, experienced unwanted effects of drugs that were
used to treat his tuberculosis, he discovered that there was
no single text to which medical practitioners could turn for
information about the adverse effects of drug therapy;
Louis Lewin’s text Die Nebenwirkungen der Arzneimittel
(‘‘The Untoward Effects of Drugs’’) of 1881 had long been
out of print (SEDA-27, xxv–xxix). Meyler therefore surveyed
the current literature, initially in Dutch as
Schadelijke Nevenwerkingen van Geneesmiddelen (Van
Gorcum, 1951), and then in English as Side Effects of
Drugs (Elsevier, 1952). He followed up with what he called
surveys of unwanted effects of drugs. Each survey covered
a period of two to four years and culminated in Volume
VIII (1976), edited by Graham Dukes (SEDA-23, xxiiixxvi),
Meyler having died in 1973. By then the published
literature was too extensive to be comfortably encompassed
in a four-yearly cycle, and an annual cycle was
started instead; the first Side Effects of Drugs Annual
(SEDA-1) was published in 1977. The four-yearly review
was replaced by a complementary critical encyclopaedic
survey of the entire field; the first encyclopaedic edition of
Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs, which appeared in 1980,
was labeled the ninth edition.
Since then, Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs has been
published every four years, providing an encyclopaedic
survey of the entire field. Had the cycle been adhered to,
the 15th edition would have been published in 2004, but
over successive editions the quantity and nature of the
information available in the text has changed. In the new
millennium it was clear that for this edition a revolutionary
approach was needed, and that has taken a little
longer to achieve, with a great deal of effort from many
different individuals.
We have come a long way since Meyler published his
first account in a book of 192 pages. I think that he would
have approved of this new Encyclopedia.
Jeffrey K. Aronson
Oxford, October 2005

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