Reacciones adversas a medicamentos en el hospital nacional edgardo rebagliati martins, durante los meses de enero - junio 2009
Sánchez Muguerza, Leidy Verónica
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It has been shown that no truly effective treatment is devoid of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), as also the cost involved in handling them. This situation has motivated the study of adverse reactions ERMH during the months of January to June 2009. We used the method of spontaneous reporting of ADRs by collecting the yellow leaves of hospital services. Suspected ADRs were evaluated using the decision algorithm to establish causality. Then we proceeded to the WHO-ART classification organ systems affected and the ATC classification of suspected drugs. Finally it was determined that the anti-infective agents for systemic use were the therapeutic group with the highest percentage of ADRs, taking first to Vancomycin and Imipenem + Cilastatin. Also within the group of disorders of skin and appendages rash was the most frequent ADRs 47.8%.