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China Pharmacy ; (12)2005.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-530520


0,most symptoms of ADR were reported for the first time with the homogeneous literature ratio being 0.The predominant outcome of severe ADR were hospitalization or delayed hospitalization course,followed by increased risk of death or patients' permanent or distinct disabling.CONCLUSION:New and severe ADR should be given close attention in the clinic to guard against severe ADR.

Chinese Journal of Pharmacoepidemiology ; (4)2005.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-683483


Objective:To investigate the recognition degree and attitude to adverse drug reaction (ADR) reports among the healthcare professionals in our hospital.Method:Through random cluster sampling,the doctors,nurses and pharmacists in our hospital were interviewed on the spot.The questionnaires were input by EPI6.04 and analyzed by soft- ware SPSS11.5.Result:1077 eligible questionnaires were obtained and the recovery was 89.8%.Our bealthcare profes- sionals had a good recognition of basic ADR knowledge.The pharmacists had a better recognition degree than doctors and nurses.The better academic background the healthcare professionals had,the higher their score of recognition was,and there was a significant difference among them.There was no significant difference among the Scores of the healthcare profes- sionals with different working years,and nor was there among the scores of them with different professional titles.The atti- tude to ADR reporting was entirely right,but there were some wrong ideas.Conclusion:It is urgent to provide more train- ing courses for healthcare professionals so as to raise their consciousness of ADR reporting,ability of discrimination and lev- el of monitoring and avoid serious consequences caused by ADR.