Pharmacovigilance is the science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other medicine-related problem
Before a medicine is authorized for use, evidence of its safety and efficacy is limited to the results from clinical trials, where patients are selected carefully and followed up very closely under controlled conditions. This means that at the time of a medicine’s authorization, it has been tested in a relatively small number of selected patients for a limited length of time.

After authorization the medicine may be used in a large number of patients, for a long period of time and with other medicines. Certain side effects may emerge in such circumstances.

It is therefore essential that the safety of all medicines is monitored throughout their use in healthcare practice.
By reporting side effects of drugs, you contribute to the process of collecting safety information for each drug, so that the company’s pharmacovigilance officer can access the appropriate measures to reduce the occurrence of these symptoms. The information you will provide will help us fulfill our responsibility to provide side effect reports to the concerned authorities, which in turn will lead to the development of the quality of health care. You can report side effects by contacting the pharmacovigilance officer via the following e-mail