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ADR tips of the month

The “ADR Tip of the Month” is an educational tool on adverse drug reaction topics that is sent to participants on a monthly basis to build support and awareness of the Adverse Drug Reaction study, facilitating case ascertainment, and impacting new information relating to the study or broader ADR surveillance topics.

Health Canada may use this format to complement the ADR study by providing relevant, timely drug information.

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2013
Top 10 paediatric prescriptions in 2010 and 2012
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2013
Top 20 paediatric prescriptions in 2012
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2010
Topical anesthetics-induced methemoglobinemia
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2006
Topiramate (Topamax®) ‒ induced metabolic acidosis
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2017
Tramadol
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2017
Trends in adverse drug reaction reporting
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2014
Trends in CPSP ADR reporting 2004-2013
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2012
Valproate products – Risks to children when taken in pregnancy
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2005
Valproic acid (Depakene®, Epival®)
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2014
When should physicians seek referrals for ADRs?
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2013
Why do surveillance for adverse drug reactions?
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2015
Winter brings cold and flu season
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2011
Yasmin® and Yaz®