An Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) is an unintended and harmful reaction that occurs after the administration of prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, and dietary supplements. ADRs can range from mild side effects, such as skin rashes or gastrointestinal problems, to severe reactions, such as anaphylaxis or organ damage. Some ADRs may also be life-threatening.
Among all the dental colleges, YMTDCH has pioneered in having adverse drug reaction monitoring department dedicatedly working for the same under Pharmacovigilance Commission of India (PvPi).
An adverse drug reaction (ADR) department is a specialized unit within our institute responsible for monitoring and managing adverse drug reactions. It focuses more on oral adverse drug reactions and their reporting.
During the month SEPT 2021,YMTDCH formed the committee, comprising of members from all the departments which will monitor the adverse drug related events in the YMTDCH. The ADMC unit was inaugurated by Dean and Professor Dr. Meghna Vandekar and the head of departments.
Scope / Objectives of ADMC in YMTDCH:
The main responsibilities of an ADR department in our institute include:
After reporting the data in ADR form, it is documented and mailed to PvPi for signalling and document is reported.
The ultimate goal of an YMTDCH ADMC department is to improve patient safety by minimizing the risk of adverse drug reactions and providing effective management and treatment when they occur.
ADVERSE DRUG MONITORING CENTRE UNDER PVPI IN DR. G.D. POL FOUNDATION’S Y.M.T DENTAL COLLEGE AND HSOPITAL MONITERED UNDER THR GUIDANCE OF HEAD- DEAN MEGHNA VANDEKAR AND MEMBER- SECRETARY DR.BHAKTI SOMAN PATIL
AMDC is in Department no 1 i.e., Oral Medicine and Radiology
ADVERSE DRUG MONITORING CENTRE BOARD OUTSIDE OF DEPARTMENT OF ORAL MEDICIENE AND RADIOLOGY
ADVERSE DRUG MONITORING CENTRE BOARD IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ORAL MEDICIENE AND RADIOLOGY
ADVERSE DRUG MONITORING CENTRE ROOM CONTAINS DEDICATED COMPUTER, ALMIRAH AND DENTAL CHAIR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ORAL MEDICIENE AND RADIOLOGY
ADMC APPROVAL LETTER FROM PVPI