What is pharmacovigilance？
Pharmacovigilance is the science and activities related to the discovery, evaluation, understanding, and prevention of adverse events or any other problems that may be related to drugs. Its purpose is to promote and improve patient medical and safety, and is committed to protecting public health.
In order to provide doctors and consumers with the most accurate information, it is necessary to fully understand and continuously monitor the drug’s risk / benefit profile.
Wuzhou Pharmaceutical is responsible for collecting, processing and evaluating information related to the company’s product benefit-risk profiles, regardless of whether the product is already on the market or is in clinical development. Any important safety issues that may arise will be communicated with medical professional personnel, patients and regulatory agencies in a timely manner in accordance with current regulations.
What are adverse drug reactions？
Harmful and unexpected reactions after using the medicine.
Application of drugs in accordance with or exceeding the requirements of marketing authorization or occupational exposure to drugs may cause adverse drug reactions. The application of drugs beyond the requirements of marketing authorization includes: overdose, misuse, abuse and medication errors.
How to report adverse drug reactions？
Any abnormal symptoms that occur during treatment or diagnosis must be reported immediately to the patient’s doctor or pharmacist.
If you want to report adverse reactions related to the use of Wuzhou Drugs and Drugs, you can click the link below：https://www.ssm.gov.mo/
If you want to contact the Wuzhou Drug Alert Department, please use the following contact information: