Impact of Safety Alerts on Measures of Disproportionality in Spontaneous Reporting Databases The Notoriety Bias

@article{Pariente2007ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of Safety Alerts on Measures of Disproportionality in Spontaneous Reporting Databases The Notoriety Bias},
  author={Antoine Pariente and Fleur Gr{\'e}goire and Annie Fourrier-R{\'e}glat and Françoise Haramburu and Nicholas Moore},
  journal={Drug Safety},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={891-898}
}
AbstractBackground: Disproportionality analysis of spontaneous reporting is increasingly used, but it may be influenced in unknown ways by safety alerts (notoriety bias). Objective: To explore the consequences of safety alerts on reporting disproportionality. Methods: Within the French national pharmacovigilance database, disproportionality of reporting was tested, using the reporting odds ratio (ROR) and its 95% confidence interval, before and after four safety alerts: valvulopathies with… CONTINUE READING

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