adverse reporting

the .gov means it’s official. this site is also protected by an ssl (secure sockets layer) certificate that’s been signed by the u.s. government. an adverse event is any undesirable occurrence after the use of an immunobiological product, including illness or reaction, whether or not the event was caused by the product. for products intended to diagnose disease, adverse events refer to anything that hinders discovery of the correct diagnosis. reports are assessed for the possibility of a product deficiency.

the cvb is, however, unable to make diagnoses or recommendations specific to individual cases. the manufacturer is required to report all adverse events they receive to the cvb. please contact the manufacturer to report adverse events. you will need to contact the manufacturer directly. most of the products used topically for the control of ectoparasites and insects on animals are regulated by the environmental protection agency (epa) under the federal insecticide fungicide and rodenticide act.

important: if you are experiencing a medical emergency, seek immediate assistance from a healthcare provider or call 9-1-1. cdc and fda do not provide four faers summary statistics reports updated with data through . vaers is the national vaccine safety monitoring system that accepts reports of adverse events after vaccination. the system can quickly detect potential, .

the information in this database contains reports received from 1990 to the present. data can be searched by the following: age, event category, gender, the fda uses aers to monitor for new adverse events and medication errors that might occur with these marketed products. reporting of adverse registries that collect information on specific drugs and medical devices need to anticipate the need for adverse event (ae) detection, processing,, .

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