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>Revistas >Revista Médica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social >Año 2005, No. 2


Rodríguez BL, García VJL, Giral BC, Hernández SD, Jasso GL
Farmacovigilancia III. La experiencia internacional
Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2005; 43 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 38
Paginas: 131-140
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RESUMEN

El presente trabajo es el tercero de una serie dedicada a la farmacovigilancia, que en esta ocasión se enfoca a la experiencia internacional de las reacciones adversas. Se destacan los países con mayor número acumulado de reportes, y se muestra cómo ese orden cambia cuando se ajusta el número de reportes por país por millón de habitantes/año. A continuación se muestra en orden decreciente el número de reportes de 20 clases terapéuticas de medicamentos, incorporando en cada una de ellas las explicaciones más plausibles de su mayor frecuencia y, finalmente, se señala el número de reportes acumulados con base en sus manifestaciones clínicas.


Palabras clave: farmacovigilancia, reacciones adversas de los medicamentos, reacciones de hipersensibilidad, erupciones cutáneas.


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