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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What we mean by the "ideal process" is a process by which the physician prescribes appropriately, the pharmacist dispenses appropriately, the nurse administers appropriately and the medications are appropriately monitored for effectiveness and adverse reactions by all members of the team, including the consultant pharmacist.
The most serious adverse reactions associated with ERBITUX in combination with radiation therapy in patients with head and neck cancer were infusion reaction (3%), cardiopulmonary arrest (2%), dermatologic toxicity (2.
Other clinically important immune-mediated adverse reactions can occur.
The cause of the adverse reactions is not known, the institute said Sunday.
Risk of Hypersensitivity, Serious Adverse Reactions, and Antibody Development in Hunter Syndrome Patients with Severe Genetic Mutations:
Bhiwandi (Maharashtra), August 3 ( ANI ): Eighteen children reportedly suffered adverse reactions after they were given injections by the staff nurse at Indira Gandhi Memorial hospital in Bhiwandi, Maharashtra.
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.
The symbol will allow patients and health care professionals to easily identify medicinal products that are undergoing additional monitoring, and its accompanying text will encourage them to report unexpected adverse reactions through national reporting systems.
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.
The ministry has also asked the public to report adverse reactions proactively.
Health Canada's Canada Vigilance Program collects and assesses reports of suspected adverse reactions to marketed health products in Canada, including prescription and non-prescription medications; natural health products; biologically derived products such as vaccines and fractionated blood products; cells, tissues and organs; radiopharmaceuticals; and disinfectants and sanitizers with disinfectant claims.