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Adverse reaction

Adverse reaction: Introduction

A negative reaction to a drug or medical procedure. The reaction can range from mild to life-threatening. It may also be called an adverse event or adverse effect. Adverse reaction are most commonly associated with medicine or substance use. ...more »

Symptoms of Adverse reaction

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Adverse reaction: Deaths

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Types of Adverse reaction

Causes of Adverse reaction

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Disease Topics Related To Adverse reaction

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Misdiagnosis and Adverse reaction

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Adverse reaction

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Prognosis for Adverse reaction

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