ADRIC: Adverse Drug Reactions in Children

The toxic effect of medication in children is a severe issue nowadays. Drugs having severe side effects must be monitored properly and should pass the safe pharmaceutical level. Adverse drug experiences must be routinely examined by the hospitals. ADRs over a prolonged period of time may result in making the patient disabled or can even lead to death. Hence before administering drugs to children, the drug must be monitored crucially via routine clinical trials.

  • ADR symptoms
  • Pharma co-vigilance
  • Comorbid Disease States
  • Nervous system and psychiatric disorders
  • Safety Assessment
  • Therapeutic groups: vaccines, antibiotics and psychotropic medicines
  • Synergistic Effects

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