adverse reactions

adverse reactions

 [ad´vers]
unexpected, serious symptoms coinciding with the administration of a drug; see also side effect.

adverse reactions,

n.pl unfavorable reactions resulting from administration of a local anesthetic; responsible factors include the drug used, concentration, and route of administration.
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This volume compiles nine articles on adverse reactions to biologics used in patients with chronic cutaneous disorders or skin cancers, as well as those used by other specialties that impact the skin.
With the exception of local skin (cutaneous) reactions, the incidence and profile of adverse reactions for RITUXAN HYCELA were comparable with those for intravenous Rituxan.
The most common (>=20%) adverse reactions observed with Rituxan Hycela in people with follicular lymphoma were infections, low white blood cell count (neutropenia), nausea, constipation, cough and fatigue.
USA], June 15 (ANI): To reduce the adverse reactions of cardiovascular drugs in women, a team of researchers has recommended to develop sex-specific dosages to protect greater proportion of women dying from heart diseases.
Immune-mediated adverse reactions (pneumonitis, colitis, hepatitis, adrenal insufficiency, hypo- and hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, and nephritis) and life-threatening infusion reactions were the most common, serious adverse events associated with avelumab.
Generally, blood donors do not experience adverse symptoms and tolerate the donation process very well, but adverse reactions of variable severity occasionally occur during or at the end of the blood collection.
Although the Gd chelates (GBCAs) are safe, adverse reactions induced by their administration have rarely been reported.
The cause of the adverse reactions is not known, the institute said Sunday.
INTRODUCTION: Blood donors normally tolerate the donation very well, but occasionally adverse reactions of variable severity may occur during or at the end of the collection.
The frequency of adverse reactions to acupuncture (ARA) has been extensively reported in studies ranging geographically from Australia (Bensoussan et al 2000) to China (Zhang et al 2010) to population sub-groups as disparate as paediatrics (Adams et al 2011) and adult outpatients (Endres et al 2004).
Other adverse reactions potentially associated with hypersensitivity (e.
CHICAGO - Severe cutaneous adverse reactions requiring hospitalization occurred in 45 of 90,358 patients who began allopurinol treatment within a specified time period, for an incidence rate of 0.