PATIENT SAFETY THROUGH ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS MONITORING AND THERE MANAGEMENTS
Author(s):
Dr USMANI HUMAIRA SHADAB
Keywords:
Adverse drug reactions, pharmacovigilance, medication safety, signal detection, causality assessment, risk communication, electronic health records, machine learning, patient-centered care.
Abstract
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) pose a significant threat to patient safety and healthcare quality worldwide. This paper examines the complexities of ADR monitoring and management within clinical practice settings, focusing on strategies to identify, report, and mitigate ADRs effectively. Key components of pharmacovigilance systems, including signal detection, causality assessment, and risk communication, are explored. Additionally, innovative approaches such as electronic health record integration, machine learning algorithms, and patient-centered initiatives are discussed. Despite advancements, challenges persist, including underreporting, data fragmentation, and resource constraints. By addressing these challenges and leveraging technological innovations, healthcare providers can enhance ADR detection, improve patient outcomes, and promote medication safety.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 164526

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2923 - 2924
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