Medical Adverse Drug Reaction Information System (ADRIS)
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MEDICAL ADVERSE DRUG REACTION INFORMATION SYSTEM (ADRIS):

This system has been established to determine unknown adverse effects of drugs so that effective action can be undertaken if the cause and effect can be established. This ADR monitoring program is voluntary and depends on your co-operation to accurately report adverse drug reactions. A simple online form is all that needs to be filled and then the matter will be displayed on the website.

How common are adverse drug reactions?

ADRs are responsible for 5% of hospital admissions
.7% of hospital patients suffer ‘serious' ADRs
0.1 - 0.3% of hospital patients suffer fatal ADRs
ADRs were between the fourth and sixth leading cause of death in the USA in 1994

The vast majority of reports on which the listing is based represents the suspicion, opinion or observation of the individual reporter. Cause and effect relationships have not been established in the vast majority of reports submitted.
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