Volume : 10, Issue : 01, January – 2023



Authors :

Sara Shreen, Syeda Shayestha Fatima, Mohammed Talha, Syeda Fatima, Suhani Fatima

Abstract :

The main aim is to lay out the developing job of clinical drug specialist in checking and the board of ADRs. The objectives is distinguish ADR in all divisions of a tertiary consideration clinic, to screen and treat the ADR’s. A total of 41 ADRs were reported during the one-year period of study. 41 patients reported 41 ADRs. Females 25 (60.97%) reported a greater number of ADRs compared to males 16 (39.02%). Maximum number of ADRs were reported from adults (20-59) – 28 (68.29%) followed by geriatrics (>60) – 10 (24.39%) and children (0-19) –3 (7.317%). Results are summarized in Figure. Maximum number of ADRs were reported from the General Medicine 17 (41.46%) followed by Gastroenterology 9 (21.95%), Cardiology 5 (12.2%), Pulmonology 4 (9.75%), Dermatology 2 (4.87%), Orthopedics, 2 (4.87%), Nephrology 1 (2.44%), Gynecology 1 (2.44%). A large portion of the thought drugs were obscure, the significant restriction was under-detailing of ADR which can be overwhelmed by making mindfulness and improving the way of life of ADR observing and revealing among medical services experts for safe utilization of medications.
Key words: Adverse drug reactions, pharmacist, pharmacovigilance, Tertiary care hospital

Cite This Article:

Please cite this article in press Sara shreen et al, Reporting Of Adverse Drug Reaction In A Tertiary Care Hospital., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2023; 10(01).

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