Table 1 Incidence of cutaneous adverse drug reactions
in different age groups.
Adverse drug reaction
monitoring: Support for pharmacovigilance at a tertiary care hospital in Northern Brazil.
Adverse drug reaction
reporting and pharmacovigilance: knowledge, attitudes and perceptions amongst resident doctors.
Incidence, characteristics and risk factors of adverse drug reactions
in hospitalized children-a prospective observational cohort study of 6,601 admissions.
The frequency and nature of anti-TB drugs induced adverse drug reactions
(ADRs) have been matter of concern in many countries.
Detection, verification, and quantification of adverse drug reactions
The National Pharmacovigilance Program (NPP) which was launched by CDSCO in 2004 had made possible spontaneous reporting and documentation of the Adverse Drug Reactions
Information on medicinal products are collected by the Department of Adverse Drug Reaction
Monitoring of the Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products.
SEATTLE -- Nursing home patients have a higher rate of adverse drug reactions
than is sometimes seen in intensive care units, and many of these events occur right after the patient gets out of the hospital, where medication regimens generally get changed, Joseph T.
The reporting of adverse drug events (ADE) to the Adverse Drug Reactions
Advisory Committee of the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) fell from 3314 in 2002 to 2075 in 2004.
In this issue of the Southern Medical Journal, Jeffrey Greene, MD, presents a report documenting a potential adverse drug reaction
(ADR): isotretinoin-induced pancreatitis.
Professor Herman Scholtz, from Parexel, said: "When the adverse drug reaction
occurred, the Parexel clinical pharmacology medical team responded swiftly to stop the study procedures immediately.
Any suspected adverse reaction to natural products (or to drugs) can be reported to the Regional Adverse Drug Reaction
For example, it could allow a doctor in Seattle to read the clinic notes and x-ray reports of a patient treated in New York and report an adverse drug reaction
to the Food and Drug Administration--all from a personal computer.
To report an adverse drug reaction
, call the Marketed Health Products Directorate: (toll free)