• Shivkumar Kashinath Shete Research scholar Mewar University Rajasthan, India
  • K Sattanathan Research Supervisor Mewar University Rajasthan, India


The present study is prospective and observational non-interventional study was conducted in tertiary care center. All suspected ADRs which are observed in hospital stay will be assessed for causality, severity, preventability and predictability. The results were presented as number and percentage. Among the 7697 cases ( both males and females), a total of 240 ADRs were detected, an overall incidence of 03.11 % adverse drug reactions in inpatients. The high prevalence of ADR mostly observed in the age group between 1-10 years 48 (20.00%)  From this 240 ADR’s where 7.96% on continuing t, 38.36% are recovering, 47.08% are recovered.

Keywords: Adverse drug reaction, Causality, Severity, Preventability, Probability.

Keywords: Adverse drug reaction, Preventability, Probability


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Author Biographies

Shivkumar Kashinath Shete, Research scholar Mewar University Rajasthan, India

Research scholar Mewar University Rajasthan, India

K Sattanathan, Research Supervisor Mewar University Rajasthan, India

Research Supervisor Mewar University Rajasthan, India


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Shete, S. K., & Sattanathan, K. (2018). ANALYSIS OF PATIENT ADMISSIONS IN HOSPITAL DUE TO ADVERSE DRUG REACTION. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 8(5), 5-9.