serious adverse event

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serious adverse event

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Any untoward medical event attributed to a therapeutic agent at any dose, which: results in death; is life threatening; requires inpatient hospitalisation or prolongation of existing hospitalisation; results in persistent or significant disability/incapacity; or causes a congenital anomaly/birth defect.
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These studies clearly indicate that treatment with a combination of weekly ivermectin and daily doxycycline given intermittently will sterilize the heartworms, prevent the dog from being infectious to other dogs, speed up the death of the worms prior to (or in place of) Immiticide treatment, limit inflammation and damage caused by the worms' presence, and reduce the chance of serious adverse reaction from Immiticide treatment.
An example of a serious adverse reaction is a drug allergy that may cause breathing difficulties, convulsions, high fever or other symptoms of anaphylactic shock, which can lead to death if not treated immediately.
He had a rare and serious adverse reaction to the drug and it took him two years to recover from his ordeal.
The most common types of Class I and Class II recalls are for food that contains an undeclared allergen or a pathogenic microorganism--such that a consumer of the food might experience a very serious adverse reaction or illness.
Hib is one of the safest vaccines - there has not been a single report of a serious adverse reaction anywhere in the UK.
The serious adverse reaction that has been reported in clinical studies is hemorrhage (intra-abdominal, hemarthrosis, and post procedural).
Serious Adverse Reaction (SAR): Multiple definitions are possible and no single one is correct in all situations.
The most serious adverse reaction reported with Aldurazyme was an anaphylactic reaction consisting of hives and blockage of the breathing tubes, which occurred in one person.
67% of patients treated with POMALYST and 62% of patients treated with POMALYST + low-dose dex had at least one treatment-emergent serious adverse reaction
A precaution is a condition that might increase the risk for a serious adverse reaction or compromise the vaccine's ability to produce immunity, according to the CDC.
The investigators determined that only 2% of patients were at risk for a serious adverse reaction, but another 45% were at risk for minor adverse reactions.