India has recently developed several aspects related to pharmaceutical safety, such as tracking and reporting of adverse drug reactions. The pharmacovigilance programme implemented in India for the enhancement of pharmaceutical services results in a patient’s quality of life. In order to maintain safety concerns, it is very difficult to build awareness of drug-related problems. Numerous adverse drug reactions in India have been recorded. By following rational substance use and genuine treatment patterns, the attentive role of healthcare practitioners, other healthcare professionals and non-healthcare professionals in the tracking and reporting of ADRs may be strengthened. These effects minimise medication failure, improvements in drug adherence, and enhance the safety of the drug.
Author (s) Details
Dr. H. B. Kavya
Sree Siddaganga College of Pharmacy, Karnataka, India.
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