Broader Uses of Post-Marketing Surveillance
Since post-marketing surveillance has been functionally defined in many ways and can encompass a large number of activities, it is important to keep the output of any effort or system combining various efforts in mind. Various efforts of coordinating information on drug use go through a prolonged process and have various outcomes, but the overall goal is to optimize drug utilization and minimize preventable adverse effects.
KeywordsSpontaneous Report Preventable Adverse Effect Drug Abuse Warning Network Patient Package Insert Suspected Event
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