Page 48

96. Thomas, et al., 1999.

97. Alliance for Aging Research. When Medicine Hurts Instead of Helps. Washington, DC: The Alliance for Aging Research; 1998.

98. Johnson, et al., 1995.

99. Hallas, et al., 1997.

100. Willcox, et al., 1994.

101. Knox, 1999.

102. Einarson, 1993.

103. Bates, David W., et al. The Costs of Adverse Drug Events in Hospitalized Patients, op cit, 1995.

104. Classen, David C.; Pestotnik, Stanley L.; Evans, R. Scott, et al. Adverse Drug Events in Hospitalized Patients: Excess Length of Stay, Extra Costs, and Attributable Mortality. JAMA. 277:301–306, 1997.

105. Schneider, Philip J.; Gift, Maja G.; Lee, Yu-Ping, et al. Cost of Medication-Related Problems at a University Hospital. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 52:2415–2418, 1995.

106. Bloom, Bernard S. Cost of Treating Arthritis and NSAID-Related Gastrointestinal Side-Effects. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. l(Suppl 2):131–138, 1998.

107. Bootman, J. Lyle; Harrison, LTC Donald L., and Cox, Emily. The Health Care Cost of Drug-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Nursing Facilities. Arch Intern Med. 157(18):2089–2096, 1997.

108. Federal Aviation Administration, Office of System Safety. Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) Database [Web Page]. 1999. Available at: data.

109. National Patient Safety Foundation. Diverse Groups Come Together to Improve Health Care Safety Through the National Patient Safety Foundation [Web Page]. 1997 Aug 29. Available at: Note: press release.

110. National Patient Safety Foundation, 1997.

111. National Patient Safety Foundation, 1997.

112. National Patient Safety Foundation, 1997.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001

Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement