Adverse drug reactions in West Africa
Cliff-Eribo, Kennedy O. (2016) Adverse drug reactions in West Africa. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Adverse drug reaction (ADR) reports of countries varies due to differences in the prevalence of diseases and hence the types of drugs used. ADRs are a major health and economic burden worldwide. National health authorities monitor the safety of medicines to protect consumers from the hazards of drugs. ADR databases are also maintained from where reports are regularly evaluated to detect signals of new ADRs and determine the increase of those already known.
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