Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR)
Drug administrations can cause injuries to both single and multiple doses. Combination therapies may increase the risk for side effects.
Adverse drug reaction (ADRs): The detection, assessment, analysis and prevention of adverse drug reactions are the objectives of pharmacovigilance.
A UDR (Unintended and Noxious Response) is an unwanted side effect caused by a medication. It happens during clinical trials or after the product has been approved for use.
Serious adverse drug reactions (ADRs) should be distinguished from non-serious ADRs. A non-serious ADR may not require medical attention but may cause discomfort or inconvenience. It may not.
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