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side effect

[′sīd i‚fekt]
(computer science)
A consistent result of a procedure that is in addition to or peripheral to the basic result.
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Based on location classification, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) or adverse drug effects may be a local ADR when it is limited to a certain part or location in the body.
Adverse drug reactions in a south Indian hospital--their severity and cost involved.
Table 1 Incidence of cutaneous adverse drug reactions in different age groups.
Adverse drug reactions in hospitalized children in Fortaleza, Brazil.
Out of 760 patients, 306 (40.2%) patients showed Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) with anti TB drugs.
Pharmacists' role in reporting adverse drug reactions in an international perspective.
In this study, adverse drug reactions developed more, though statistically not significant, in patients of fourth decade of life.
Gestal-Otero, "Physicians' attitudes and adverse drug reaction reporting: a case-control study in Portugal," Drug Safety, vol.
Status of adverse drug reaction monitoring and pharmacovigilance in selected countries.
Use of nonprescribed TMP/SMX poses a public health risk because of possible adverse drug reactions (2) and spread of antibiotic resistance; however, the availability of such drugs is unknown.
Though the participants in this study were unaware of the existence of national pharmacovigilance center guidelines on adverse drug reaction reporting, the final year students' opinions agreed more with some of the guidelines such as nurses, traditional medicine practitioners or any health care worker engaging in reporting adverse drug reactions (Table 2).