Modeling drug poisoning by their active principle
A. Ezzerrifi Amrani1*, L. Hlou1, A. Soulaymani2,
A. Mokhtari2, R. Soulaymani-Bencheikh3
1Laboratoire de Génie Electrique et Système Energétique, B.P 133 Faculté des Sciences
Université Ibn Tofail-Kénitra 14000 - MAROC
Laboratoire de Génétique et Biométrie BP 133 Faculté des Sciences. Université Ibn Tofail - Kénitra 14000 - MAROC
3Centre Anti poison et de Pharmacovigilance (CAPM) du Maroc à Rabat
* Corresponding author. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Received: 09 September 2011; revised version accepted: 13 January 2012
Modeling drug poisoning on the basis of their active principle (or composition) helps to deduce the type of poisoning via the symptoms presented by the patient. It offers an automatic mean that would allow health operators to take adequate measures to reduce the mortality rate of patients.
Information of all types of poisoning is nationally stored by the health staff in a centralized database in the Anti Poison and Pharmacovigilance Centre of Morocco (CAPM) in
The principle is based on computer processing of available data in order to define the signatures for every active principle of the drug in question, and to model the artificial response via mathematical models of decision that are expressed in terms of signatures and signs in question.
Keywords: Active principle; Modeling; Anti Poison Centre; Drug intoxication; Signature.