adverse reactions

adverse reactions

 [ad´vers]
unexpected, serious symptoms coinciding with the administration of a drug; see also side effect.
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Antipsychotic medications, whilst effective in treating psychotic symptoms and reducing self-harm risk, cause common and serious adverse reactions such as sedation, sexual side effects and metabolic syndrome, which contribute to premature mortality and to patients abandoning their treatment.
Although such ingredients have been tested for safety at the population level, scattered case reports have suggested that inactive ingredients may cause adverse reactions in individuals who have allergies or intolerances.
Adverse reactions occurring in >=20% of patients were nausea, fatigue/asthenia, vomiting, anemia, abdominal pain, dysgeusia, alanine aminotransferase elevations, aspartate aminotransferase elevations, decreased appetite, diarrhea, thrombocytopenia and creatinine elevations.
In the pooled Phase 3 analysis, most adverse reactions were of mild to moderate intensity, and the most common adverse reactions were hallucination, dizziness, dry mouth, peripheral edema, constipation, falls, and orthostatic hypotension.
Fatigue, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and arthralgia were the most common adverse reactions. Discontinuation of therapy from adverse reactions occurred in 5% of patients receiving the combination, the FDA said in a press statement.
Inform patients about the risk of psychiatric adverse reactions that can occur after just one dose.
The recall came on Wednesday due to suspected cases of batch-specific adverse reactions of severe headaches as reported by some patients after injection.
In summary, over the 17 year period from 1999, Weir identified 2 deaths and 4 adverse reactions occurring as a result of direct intervention by a naturopath.
This drug may decrease or eliminate the need for platelet transfusions, which are associated with risk of infection and other adverse reactions."
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.
A few cases of ERCP-related CM adverse reactions have been reported in large cohort series [1].
Each product delivered is accompanied with a posttransfusion and haemovigilance form (FPTH) on which the clinician has to record summarized information on administration of the blood unit and occurrence of adverse reactions. This form must be sent back without delay (as soon as possible) after blood transfusion, to the CRTS-B as transfusion confirmation and adverse reaction report, if applicable.