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Symptomatology of Adverse Drug Reactions #2

Jul 04, 3:30 PM

The majority of adverse medication reactions are dose-related, but others are allergic or idiosyncratic in nature. ADRs that are dose-related are usually predictable; ADRs that are not dose-related are usually unpredictable. Mild, moderate, severe, or deadly adverse medication responses are the most common classifications. Symptoms and signs may appear immediately after the first dose or only after long-term use. They may be clear signs of drug use, or they may be too subtle to be identified as such. Subtle ADRs in older persons can lead to functional decline, mental changes, failure to flourish, loss of appetite, disorientation, and despair. Join us live as Dr. Tushar Shah shares some fascinating insights about the symptomatology of ADR. This is part -2 of 'Symptomatology of Adverse Drug Reactions' and you can catch up on part 2 by going replay section.

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