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FDAGhana Nov 28
Are you a healthcare professional? Make sure medicines are right for your patients, especially when they need more than one. Download the Med Safety App to report side effects and receive safety information from the FDA. FDA, Your Well-being, Our Priority.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22 Nov 18
: Before you take your medication πŸ’Š, ask your health professional πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€βš•οΈπŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈ if you have any doubts
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European Lung Foundation Nov 27
This week is , a time to raise awareness of side effects when taking medicines. πŸ’Š If you take any medicines, pay attention to how you’re feeling and don’t hesitate to report any unusual effects.
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WHO Zimbabwe Nov 27
25-29 Nov is the annual , where medicine regulatory authorities campaign to raise awareness of meds side effects, and the importance of reporting them. This year focuses on polypharmacy, and reporting side effects which helps protect patients who take multiple meds
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FDAGhana Nov 27
Are you taking the right medicines at the right dose and at the right time? Always follow your doctor's instruction, and report any side effect to the FDA via the app.
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Yellow Card Centre North West Nov 29
is nearly at an end but our efforts shouldn't stop there. As we age the likelihood of being prescribed increase and we may be more likely to experience . Report using the scheme and improve
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Pharmacovigilance Nov 25
This week is . What are you doing to raise awareness of ADRs in your community? Check out for further details of this global initiative
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HPRA Nov 28
Reporting suspected side effects makes medicines safer. Watch our video to better understand how and why to report:
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HPRA 23 Nov 18
Did you know that medicines affect your baby & children in different ways?Medicines taken when pregnant or breastfeeding means they may reach your baby. Always speak to a doctor. Reporting side effects helps the safe use of medicines for babies and children
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22 Nov 18
Replying to @WHO
: If you are a health professional πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€βš•οΈπŸ‘©πŸ½β€βš•οΈ, before you give medication πŸ’Š, check that you have the right medicine for the right patient
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Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe Nov 28
New problems in a patient on multiple medications may be side effects or interactions. Healthcare providers - Is your patient taking too many products? Review their prescriptions and report any side effects:
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World Health Organization (WHO) 22 Nov 18
Replying to @WHO
: If you are a health professional, before you give medication, ask your patient if they understand how & when to take it, dose
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Paula Haydon Nov 26
come along to our pop up stand in areas all around the Trust this week to learn how to report side effects from medicines
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MPFT Pharmacy & Medicines Optimisation Nov 25
This week is ! Join 57 medicines regulators around the globe in raising awareness of side effects and the risks of
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Karen Adams Nov 28
This is David, a consultant paediatrician . The last ADR he reported was hypocalcaemic tetany in a child, following a phosphate enema. Children are one of the patient groups that it is especially important to report ADRs for.
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Karen Adams Nov 27
This is Mark, an A&E consultant . The last ADR he reported was haematological toxicity from concurrent trimethoprim and methotrexate. He used the website to report but is now keen to use the Yellowcard app for future reports.
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Faisal Bokhari Nov 25
! Lets all take a proactive approach to report any ADRs/side-effects using the Yellow Card Scheme. get reporting @ or simply download the app. It's really simple!!! Your patients can even do it, they just need informing!
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FDAGhana Nov 29
is coming to an end, but that doesnt mean our vigilance stops here. Always report side effects to your health professional or FDA. Help make medicines safer for everyone to use. Download MedSafety App on your appstore to report side effects and receive safety tips
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DK Medicines Agency 19 Nov 18
Children are not mine-adults, and they may react differently to medicines. Help protect everyone's health by telling us about suspected side effects πŸ—£οΈ
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Safety in Practice Nov 27
How we react to medicines changes as we grow older, talk to your pharmacist, doctor or nurse if you think you might be experiencing
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