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Salehi S M, Ali Asgari I, Jafarzadeh S. Study on Liability Arising from Concealing Drug Disorders and Role of Warning Principle. MLJ. 2017; 11 (41) :7-33
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-744-en.html
1- Urmia University, Urmia, Iran. (Corresponding author)
2- Urmia University, Urmia, Iran
Background and aim: One of the the most vital consumer goods according to the requires of human society and the natural medicines that may have complications and risks for consumers As well as medicines and medical equipment are today of particular complexity.So full advantage of them requires consumer training to will not suffered an accident and to appropriately benefit from the drug. Therefore it is necessary to pharmacists necessary warnings on drug attach and the correct way to teach the use of complex drugs. This issue is also addressed in rules of jurisprudence and warning the discussion placed as a rule. Therefore, no responsibility lifter be effectively any warning. So main issue in this study is whether we can deter pharmaceutical rule according to the warning and the necessary training is not responsible for damages inflicted on the consumer? Under what conditions can warning rule lifter be the responsibility of pharmacists?
Method: In this paper, using the method of study, the results achieved.
Findings: According to custom and law, pharmacists are required to provide essential information and warnings to consumers of the drug.
Conclusion: According to warning any kind of warning that such rules are in compliance with the conditions can be issued lifter be the responsibility of pharmacists On the other hand if necessary warning is not issued by the pharmacist he is responsible for any kind of damages that users be entered.

Please cite this article as: Salehi SM, Ali Asgari I, Jafarzadeh S. Study on Liability Arising from Concealing Drug Disorders and Role of Warning Principle. Iran J Med Law 2017; 11(41): 7-33.
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2016/05/1 | Accepted: 2017/08/14

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