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Developing novel methods to study drug safety and effectiveness
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McGill University Health Centre

Archive for August, 2017

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Q# 16-08: Ondansetron and Fetal Abnormality   This project aims to investigate the association between use of ondansetron in pregnancy and the risk of fetal abnormalities. We identified 50,269 pregnancies with antiemetic medications exposure during pregnancy:  54 pregnancies exposed to ondansetron, 49,885 pregnancies exposed to pyridoxine/doxylamine, and 1,735 pregnancies exposed to metoclopramide. Results indicated increased […]

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Query# 16-07: Options for appropriate prescribing   This project aims to conduct a review of interventions to support appropriate prescribing of opioid. Previously, a full report was submitted to DSEN describing the results from the systematic review and an abstract with a summary of the review was presented at the 33rd International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology […]

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Query# 16-01: Use of social media and crowd sourcing data analytics to increase drug safety and public awareness   The objective of this study is to assess the value of using social media surveillance for pharmacovigilance in Canada. Analysis is currently underway and a discussion of preliminary results will be arranged soon with Health Canada. […]

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