PHARMACOVIGILANCE


PHARMACOVIGILANCE


PHARMACOVIGILANCE

What is Pharmacovigilance?




“Pharmacovigilance is a combination of activities
designed to continuously monitor all safety information
and to ensure a positive risk/benefit ratio for all authorised drugs.”

Source AIFA (Italian Drug Agency).

What is Pharmacovigilance?




“Pharmacovigilance is
a combination of activities
designed to continuously monitor
all safety information
and to ensure a positive risk/benefit ratio for all authorised drugs.”

Source AIFA (Italian Drug Agency).

What is Pharmacovigilance?




“Pharmacovigilance is a combination of activities
designed to continuously monitor all safety information
and to ensure a positive risk/benefit ratio
for all authorised drugs.”

Source AIFA (Italian Drug Agency).

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    What is an adverse reaction to a drug?

    An adverse reaction is a noxious and unintended effect resulting from the use of a medicinal product.

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    What should you do if you think you’ve had an adverse reaction to a drug?

    Consult your family doctor and provide all the details about the event as well as your medical history. In compliance with current Italian legislation, patients must report any adverse events and adverse effects to their doctor. Doctors, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals must forward reports of suspected adverse reactions to the pharmacovigilance manager of their healthcare facility.


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