The goal of this study was to characterise adverse drug events ADE , including both adverse drug reaction ADR and accidental poisoning by drugs AP , considering age, gender, length of stay LOS , number of deaths and year, during the period — A retrospective descriptive nationwide study was conducted, based on the hospital discharges database in Portugal from to , using ICD Events were identified based on the following codes: from E to E A total of 9 patients were discharged within this period, with patients 1. The mean age of these patients was
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Metrics details. Administrative health data are increasingly used to detect adverse drug events ADEs. However, the few studies evaluating diagnostic codes for ADE detection demonstrated low sensitivity, likely due to narrow code sets, physician under-recognition of ADEs, and underreporting in administrative data. The objective of this study was to determine if combining an expanded ICD code set in administrative data with e-prescribing data improves ADE detection.
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Metrics details. The drug information in the AERS is normalized to RxNorm, a standard terminology source for medication, using a natural language processing medication extraction tool, MedEx. The performance of MedEx-based annotation was evaluated and case studies were performed to demonstrate the usefulness of our approaches. We have built an open-source Drug-ADE knowledge resource with data being normalized and aggregated using standard biomedical ontologies.
Scope: This document applies to non-exempt human subjects research conducted or supported by HHS. It provides guidance on HHS regulations for the protection of human research subjects at 45 CFR part 46 related to the review and reporting of a unanticipated problems involving risks to subjects or others hereinafter referred to as unanticipated problems ; and b adverse events. In particular, this guidance clarifies that only a small subset of adverse events occurring in human subjects participating in research are unanticipated problems that must be reported under 45 CFR part The guidance is intended to help ensure that the review and reporting of unanticipated problems and adverse events occur in a timely, meaningful way so that human subjects can be better protected from avoidable harms while reducing unnecessary burden. How do you determine which adverse events are unanticipated problems?