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Reporting by Healthcare Professional

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    • Please report ALL suspected Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) to the National Centre for Adverse Drug Reactions Monitoring, including those for vaccines and traditional products.
    • Do not hesitate to report if some details are not known.
    • The identities of Reporter, Patient and Institution will remain confidential.

     

    IMPORTANT NOTES FOR ONLINE REPORTING:

     

    • Please use 'Google Chrome' as your web browser.
    • ADR Web Form was last updated on 01/06/2018. Clear your browser’s cache & cookies in order to use the newest version.
    • Mandatory fields (marked with *): Please fill in all mandatory fields in order to successfully submit the form.
    • Non-mandatory fields: Please give as much information as you can. If the relevant information is not known, kindly leave the field(s) blank.
    • Numeric fields: Please fill in whole numbers only (no decimal points) [Refer user guide for details]
    • Please read this user guide BEFORE proceeding to complete the online reporting form. 

     

     USER GUIDE FOR ONLINE REPORTING

     ONLINE REPORTING

     

     Last Updated : 04/06/2018

     

    OR

     DOWNLOAD ADR FORM [MANUAL - PDF]*

     * to submit by post, email or fax.


     

     

     

    Guide for ADR Reporters 

    • Definitions
    • Checklist for ADR Reporters
    • Submitting samples for Laboratory Testing of Suspected Adulterated Products
    • VigiAccess: A public gateway to the WHO ADR Database
    • ADR Reports on AntiTB drugs

     

    GUIDE FOR ADR REPORTERS [PDF]

     


     

    Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Classification

     

    Clinical Manifestation of Cutaneous ADR Glossary and Pictures of Clinical Manifestation of Cutaneous ADR