Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance

Medication security, also known as pharmacovigilance, is the study of reaction detection, evaluation, comprehension, and avoidance that helps us to understand more about the risks and benefits of a prescription. Antibiotic drug reactions that occur when a therapeutic item is used can result in serious harm and death. Pharmacovigilance's primary goal is to ensure safe drug use by reducing the risks associated with therapeutic products and increasing their benefits. Before a medicinal product can be approved for the market, it must first pass animal testing and demonstrates its safety and viability in humans. In any case, clinical preliminary studies are focused on a small number of patients, up to a few thousand, and excluding unusual populations, such as children, pregnant and lactating ladies, and geriatric patients. Post-marketing safety surveillance

  • Post-marketing safety surveillance
  • Safety regulatory submissions
  • Cohort studies
  • Drug utilization research

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