Chemically induced (chem ind)
"Used for biological phenomena, diseases, syndromes, congenital abnormalities, or symptoms caused by endogenous or exogenous substances."
Indomethacin-induced peptic ulcer:|
Peptic Ulcer/chem ind
"Used with diseases to indicate conditions that co-exist or follow, i.e., co-existing diseases, complications, or sequelae."
If disease A causes disease B, this will be indexed as|
If it is not known whether disease A causes disease B or disease B causes disease A, the article will be indexed as
"Used with drugs, chemicals, or biological agents in accepted dosage – or with physical agents or manufactured products in normal usage – when intended for diagnostic, therapeutic, prophylactic, or anesthetic purposes. It is used also for adverse effects or complications of diagnostic, therapeutic, prophylactic, anesthetic, surgical, or other procedures, but excludes contraindications for which "contraindications" is used."
Hepatotoxicity of acetaminophen given for fever:|
Acetaminophen/adv eff/ther use
Liver Diseases/chem ind
"Used with drugs and chemicals for experimental human and animal studies of their ill effects. It includes studies to determine the margin of safety or the reactions accompanying administration at various dose levels. It is used also for exposure to environmental agents. Poisoning should be considered for life-threatening exposure to environmental agents."
Cocaine induced cardiomyopathies:|
"Used with drugs, chemicals, and industrial materials for human or animal poisoning, acute or chronic, whether the poisoning is accidental, occupational, suicidal, by medication error, or by environmental exposure."
Acidosis due to ethylene glycol poisoning:|