Bibliography

Research using CPRD data has informed drug safety guidance and clinical practice and resulted in over 2,300 peer-reviewed publications.

The CPRD bibliography is updated on a monthly basis (last updated 4 October 2019) and papers are listed below and in the PDF below.

If you have published papers using CPRD data which are not included in this list, please contact us at enquiries@cprd.com so that we can update the bibliography.

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A. A. Sultan, Crooks, C. J., Card, T., Tata, L. J., Fleming, K. M., and West, J., Causes of death in people with coeliac disease in England compared with the general population: a competing risk analysis, Gut, vol. 64, pp. 1220-6, 2015.
A. A. Sultan, Tata, L. J., Fleming, K. M., Crooks, C. J., Ludvigsson, J. F., Dhalwani, N. N., Ban, L., and West, J., Pregnancy complications and adverse birth outcomes among women with celiac disease: a population-based study from England, Am J Gastroenterol, vol. 109, pp. 1653-61, 2014.
A. A. Sultan, Tata, L. J., Grainge, M. J., and West, J., The incidence of first venous thromboembolism in and around pregnancy using linked primary and secondary care data: a population based cohort study from England and comparative meta-analysis, PLoS One, vol. 8, p. e70310, 2013.
A. A. Sultan, West, J., Tata, L. J., Fleming, K. M., Nelson-Piercy, C., and Grainge, M. J., Risk of first venous thromboembolism in pregnant women in hospital: population based cohort study from England, Bmj, vol. 347, p. f6099, 2013.
A. A. Sultan, West, J., Ban, L., Humes, D., Tata, L. J., Fleming, K. M., Nelson-Piercy, C., and Card, T., Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Among Women with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Population-Based Study from England, Inflamm Bowel Dis, vol. 22, pp. 1621-30, 2016.
A. A. Sultan, Mallen, C., Hayward, R., Muller, S., Whittle, R., Hotston, M., and Roddy, E., Gout and subsequent erectile dysfunction: a population-based cohort study from England, Arthritis Res Ther, vol. 19, p. 123, 2017.
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