Pharmacovigilance

Pharmacovigilance

Endocrine Disruptors: Environmental cause for Decline in Sperm Count

Despite of increase in human populations count per second; studies conducted on the sperm count of humans have revealed that human race is facing a steady decline in sperm count globally. Many phenomenons are said to be the reason behind this. Read more…

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Posted by Jawala - 26/04/2013 at 00:11

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Viagra: Clinical Trials

Before a medicine is Launched in the market for use it undergoes pre–clinical tests in the lab. These primary tests indicated that Viagra is nontoxic and could safely be used in clinical trials.
Trials:
Trials are planned in such a way to make sure that the outcomes they produce are dependable. Read more…

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Posted by Verma - 22/02/2013 at 00:16

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Aqua Advantage Salmon: First GMO approved for Human Consumption

Considering the increasing population of world, despite of various programs running for control across the globe, researchers are working to find new ways to satisfy nutrition needs. Today world needs such alternatives which must be affordable and biologically safe. Read more…

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Posted by Jawala - 08/01/2013 at 04:50

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Need for Revision of Experimental Models for Anxiety Disorder Drug Experiments

Before reaching to the patients, a drug has to pass several preclinical tests done on lab animals to determine its actual therapeutic benefits and harms it could do. Researchers are using lab mice for preclinical trials for drugs for Anxiety Disorder; Read more…

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Posted by Jawala - 08/01/2013 at 04:00

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Drug Induced Injury – Sign for Drug’s Market Withdrawal!!!

Drugs which cause considerable Adverse effects on the patients after approval from regulatory bodies often face withdrawal from market. All the investment put by the pharmaceutical company selling that drug goes into waste. Read more…

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Posted by Jawala - 14/12/2012 at 02:09

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Drugs are the Safe?

In 1961 thalidomide disaster, initiated national and International action to monitor the safety of medicinal drugs and to check and find ways of reducing the risk of adverse reactions. The World Health Assembly instructed the pharmaceutical industry to Read more…

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Posted by Verma - 22/11/2012 at 05:07

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