Adverse Drug Reactions

Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) are unintended and harmful effects resulting from medication use. They can range from mild reactions like nausea to severe ones such as organ damage. Understanding ADRs is crucial in medication safety and patient care. Healthcare professionals monitor for ADRs to mitigate risks, adjust treatment plans, and improve medication outcomes. Additionally, reporting ADRs to regulatory authorities helps enhance drug safety profiles, guiding future prescribing practices and promoting public health.

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