Clinical analysis of 198 cases of western medicine adverse reaction

Yanhong Chen


Objective: To discuss the clinical symptoms of western medicine adverse reaction, and to provide basis for clinical rational drug use.

Methods: Clinical data of 198 patients with adverse drug reactions were retrospectively analyzed in our hospital. Adverse reactions clinical manifestations, the types of drugs and the route of medication were summarized.

Results: The first two common adverse reactions were anti-infective drugs and cardiovascular system drugs respectively. Intramuscular injection and intravenous administration were two main routes of medication for adverse drug reactions. The main clinical symptoms of adverse reactions were digestive tract and anaphylactic shock etc. After treatment, 184 patients recovered and 14 patients got better.

Conclusions: In order to reduce the incidence of adverse reactions as far as possible, clinicians should do a good job of rational use of drugs and attach importance to the safety of drug use. Adverse reactions monitoring can reduce the occurrence of adverse reactions and ensure the safety of clinical treatment.

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