Guide to Adverse Reaction Reporting - New Zealand
(3 pages)


The goal of adverse reaction reporting is to improve the safety of medicine use. The Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM) in Dunedin is contracted by Medsafe to collect voluntary reports of adverse reactions to medicines, vaccines, herbal products, dietary supplements and blood products. The CARM database holds 48,000 reports from around New Zealand, providing a local pattern of adverse reactions to medicines.

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