A systematic review and meta-analysis published in Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics which combined data from up to 40 studies of inactivated influenza vaccine exposure in […]
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New article published in British Medical Bulletin discusses the management of hypertension during pregnancy.
Researchers from the Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit have published an excellent article in Expert Opinion in Drug Safety which discusses the treatment and prevention of malaria […]
New study published in Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that maternal use of β-blockers in the first trimester is not associated with a large increase in […]
A small retrospective case series of pregnancies reported to an industry pharmacovigilance database has provided an additional 53 pregnancy outcomes following gestational adalimumab exposure. Findings […]
A multi-centre observational study of vedolizumab use in pregnancy has been published in the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis which provides a small amount of additional […]
A collaborative of researchers from the University of York, AbbVie Biopharmaceuticals and the University of Pennsylvania have published an interesting feasibility study into the use […]
Researchers from the University of Montreal have published a methodological paper describing analytical techniques which may be useful for assessing the extent and impact of selection bias […]