Dan Roden
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Pharmacogenetic Implementation Lessons From the "Real World".

Roden DM
Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2017 102 (1): 25-27

PMID: 27981579 · PMCID: PMC5474210 · DOI:10.1002/cpt.584

The manuscript "Anticoagulation Endpoints With Clinical Implementation of Warfarin Pharmacogenetic Dosing in a Real- World Setting: A Proposal for a New Pharmacogenetic Dosing Approach" describes process outcomes in an institutional program to use pharmacogenetic testing to optimize warfarin dose in a cohort of 257 patients of diverse ancestries. The strengths and weaknesses of the approach and program are discussed, along with the current and potential future status of warfarin as a model for pharmacogenetic testing.

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Algorithms Anticoagulants Humans Pharmacogenetics Pharmacogenomic Testing Warfarin

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