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The database is the hub of the CASH service. The content can be added, searched and exported to create personalised alerting services for library customers.  There are a number of newsfeeds that can be embedded into external CAS website pages keeping them constantly updated with the latest content.

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Methods for the early detection of drug-induced pancreatitis: a systematic review of the literature

Source
BMJ Open
Year of publication
2019
Abstract
Review of 59 studies found minimal evidence to support the use of serial monitoring by ultrasound or pancreatic enzymes to detect cases of drug-induced pancreatitis (DIP). Authors recommend greater uptake of standardised diagnostic and causality criteria for DIP is needed.
Date added
07/11/2019
Created by
Linda Hopwell
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health