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Launiainen T, Vuori E, Ojanperä I. Int J Legal Med. 2009;123:109-115.
This study examined more than 37,000 post-mortem cases and discovered that 0.71% were associated with potentially severe drug–drug interactions. The most common medications implicated were those causing serotonin syndrome and combinations of atrioventricular nodal agents (e.g., beta blockers and calcium-channel blockers).
Journal Article > Commentary
Pragst F, Correns A, Priem F, Herre S, Martin H. Forensic Sci Int. 2007;170:207-212.
This case report illustrates the autopsy findings of how misread labels, look-alike syringes, and medication preparation error resulted in a patient's death.