Drugs are a dualistic therapeutic tool. Decisions on treatment are guided, not only by the potential for benefit, but also by the nature and severity of adverse drug reactions (ADRs). Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are the undesirable effects of the drug /medicinal product beyond its intended therapeutic effect when used for clinical purpose. Seid Musa Ahmed, Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice on adverse drug reaction reporting and its monitoring among health care providers working in Jimma zone health centers, South West Ethiopia and Srinivas V. J. Chakradhar, Pattern of ADRs associated with various chemotherapeutic regimens at Oncology Department of Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital.
Last date updated on June, 2014