Adverse drug reactions in a psychiatric department of tertiary care teaching hospital in India: Analysis of spontaneously reported cases.

@article{Patel2015AdverseDR,
  title={Adverse drug reactions in a psychiatric department of tertiary care teaching hospital in India: Analysis of spontaneously reported cases.},
  author={Tejas K. Patel and Prakash H Bhabhor and Nimisha D. Desai and Saurabh N Shah and Parvati B Patel and Ela Vatsala and Sanjibani Panigrahi},
  journal={Asian journal of psychiatry},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={42-9}
}
The epidemiological data are limited for the spontaneous adverse drug reaction (ADR) reporting system in psychiatry and its comparison with intensive monitoring studies in terms of causative drugs, seriousness, preventability and drug interactions. This spontaneous ADR reporting study was carried out over a period of three years in the psychiatry department. We adopted WHO definition for an ADR, Naranjo's algorithm for causality, WHO-ADR terminology for the labeling of involved organ-system… CONTINUE READING
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