Adverse reactions are carefully monitored in clinical trials before a drug enters the market, and after that they remain under constant monitoring throughout the life cycle of the drug. Every report on adverse drug reactions is important for the evaluation of the safety and efficacy of a drug.
new pharmaceutical production is not set up by clicking fingers. The process is slow and multi-stage, and everything is done in the name of patient safety.
Read our expert blog how was it possible to develop a safe and effective vaccine within this timeline.
Mergers of pharmaceutical companies always involve big changes and difficult decisions. What should be done with the role of the responsible person when there will only be one position left after the merger? Read about our thoughts on the topic on our blog.
Emergency conditions or not, we move forward with our daily lives. Amidst the meetings, processing, and consultation, we always make time for a quick online coffee meet-up.
How are we ensuring availability in Finland today, and what more could we do? See our blog for a list of measures in place.
Customers often head for a pharmacy also in matters not involving prescription medicines, and the selection of OTC medicines seems dizzying even to a pharmaceutical professional.
Issues related to availability of medicines have been in the headlines in all over Europe.
In future, the package leaflet may be an electronic smart document which reminds you to take your pill or to renew a prescription.
Many pharmaceutical companies have not yet submitted the necessary applications, and the deadline is already around the corner.
From the perspective of a person working in the pharmaceutical industry, the benefit/risk relationship of clear language is solely positive as benefits are numerous yet there are no adverse effects at all.