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DITP Publications

1. Initial systematic reviews, with methodology of article selection and assessment. The data are updared every 2 years and are presented in the databases of single patient reports and group patient reports:

George JN, Raskob GE, Shah SR, Rizvi MA, Hamilton SA, Osborne S, Vondracek T: Drug-induced thrombocytopenia: A systematic review of published case reports. Ann Int Med 129:886-890, 1998. [Full Text]

2. DITP in Children

Reese JA, Nguyen L, Buchanan GR, Curtis BR, Terrell DR, Vesely SK, George JN. Drug-induced thrombocytopenia in children.  Pediatric Blood & Cancer 2013; 60 (12): 1975-1981

3. Diagnosis of DITP

Arnold DM, Nazi I, Warkentin T, Smith J, Toltl L, George JN, Kelton JG. Approach to the diagnosis and management of drug-induced immune thrombocytopenia. Transfusion Medicine Reviews  2013; 27 (3): 137-145

Rousan T, Aldoss IT, Cowley BD, Curtis BR, Bougie DW, Aster RH, George JN.  Recurrent acute thrombocytopenia in the hospitalized patient: sepsis, DIC, HIT, or antibiotic-induced thrombocytopenia.  Amer J Hematol  85 (1): 71-74, 2010

Arnold DM, Kukaswadia A, Nazi I, Esmail A, Dewar L, Smith JW, Warkentin TE, kelton JG. A systematic evaluation of laboratory testing for drug-induced immune thrombocytopenia. J Thromb Haemost; 11:169-76.

4. Quinine-induced thrombocytopenia can be very difficult to diagnose, because patients may assume their doctor is not interested in such a common medicine taken only occasionally. The subject of this report tells his story here in “Calvin’s Story”.

Kojouri K, Perdue JJ, George, JN: Occult quinine-induced thrombocytopenia. J Oklahoma State Med Assoc 93:519-521, 2000.

5. Systematic review of thrombocytopenia associated with complementary and alternative medicines, herbal remedies, nutritional supplements, foods, and beverages.

Royer DJ, George JN, Terrell DR. Thrombocytopenia as an adverse effect of complementary and alternative medicines, herbal remedies, nutritional supplements, foods, and beverages. Eur J Haematol. 2010 May; 84(5): 421-9. [Full Text]

6. Comparison of identification of drugs associated with thrombocytopenia by (1) literature review, (2) detection of drug-dependent antibodies, (3) data mining of the FDA's adverse event reporting system database.

Reese JA, Li X, Hauben M, Aster RH, Bougie DW, Curtis BR, George JN, Vesely SK. Identifying drugs that cause acute thrombocytopenia: an analysis using three distinct methods. Blood, 1st edition posted June 8, 2010. [Full Text] [Supplemental Table]

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