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SAE

(System Architecture Evolution) The previous name of the Evolved Packet System (EPS) used in the LTE cellular system. See LTE.

SAE

Abbr. for “Society of Automotive Engineers.”
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For example, some reports may include symptoms that may or may not clearly qualify the report as a serious adverse event report.
Similarly, 42% of serious adverse events occurred on the day of vaccination, with an average onset time of 1 day afterward.
22, 2007, all manufacturers, packers, and distributors of supplements will be required to report serious adverse events to the FDA within 15 business days through the MedWatch program.
More specifically, a serious adverse event is an ad verse event that: "results in death, a life-threatening experience, inpatient hospitalization, a persistent or significant in capacity, or a congenital anomaly or birth defect; or requires, based on reasonable medical judgment, a medical or surgical intervention to prevent" such an outcome.
There have been no serious adverse events noted, pending a final review of laboratory data.
The filing of the serious adverse event report will trigger an additional requirement.
The Act authorizes FDA to refuse admission of nonprescription drug or dietary supplement products if (1) the label does not contain the name and domestic address or telephone number of the responsible person, (2) FDA has credible information indicating that the foreign manufacturer, packer, or distributor has not complied with the serious adverse event reporting requirements, or (3) the foreign manufacturer, packer, or distributor has not allowed FDA access to its records of adverse events.
House of Representatives in the early morning hours of December 9th considered and passed Senate bill S3546, the "Dietary Supplement and Nonprescription Drug Consumer Protection Act," requiring manufacturers to notify FDA of all serious adverse events (AEs) for dietary supplements and over-the-counter drugs (OTCs) reported to them.
The serious adverse events reported most often were wound infection and post-procedural complication, No other serious adverse event was reported in greater than 2 subjects.
In the DSUR for Piclidenoson, Can-Fite notes that there were no deaths, serious adverse events, serious adverse reactions, or suspected unexpected SARs related to the use of the drug to treat inflammatory diseases during 2017.
An imbalance in positively adjudicated cardiovascular serious adverse events was observed as a new safety signal (2.
Safety concerns had already been raised over the drug as Phase III trials had reported four serious adverse events, involving blood clotting, however, these had been resolved with two patients returning to use the treatment.