Adverse Drug Reactions

Adverse drug reaction is an harmful or obnoxious reaction from an intervention related to the use of medicinal product. Adverse drug reaction may occur due to due to dose related, non-dose related, or by failure of therapy. Timing, the pattern of illness, the results of investigations, and rechallenge can help attribute causality to a suspected adverse drug reaction. Suspected adverse drug reactions should be reported

  • Classification of Various Adverse Drug Reactions
  • Overdose Toxicity
  • Expected and Un-expected Drug Reactions and its Reporting
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Post marketing reports on Adverse Effects
  • Reduction of Adverse Drug Reaction by Nanotechnology
  • Chemical Structures on Biological Action

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