Case Reports on Adverse Drug Reactions

An adverse drug reaction (ADR) involves the injury that is caused by taking a medication. ADRs can occur in single dosage or due to prolonged administration of same drug or might result from the combination of two or more than two drugs. 

  • Type A: Augmented
  • Type B: Bizarre
  • Type C: Chronic
  • Type D: Delayed effect
  • Type E: End of use
  • Type F: Failure of therapy

A drug interaction is a condition in which another drug affects the activity of an initially taken drug, when both are administered together into the body Types of drug interactions are given below.

  • Drug-Drug Interactions
  • Drug-food interactions
  • Drug-smoke interactions
  • Drug-alcohol interactions
  • Drug-environmental interactions
  • Drug-herb interactions

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