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Signals Identified from KAERS

- KIDS periodically detects signals on the basis of data collected through KAERS.

- A signal refers to reported information on a possible causal relationship between an adverse event and a drug, the   relationship being unknown or incompletely documented previously. Usually more than a single report is required to   generate a signal, depending upon the seriousness of the event and the quality of the information.

- KIDS analyzes the KAERS database and generates safety signals accordingly.

- KIDS publishes the ‘KIDS Potential Signal Communication’ quarterly in order to promptly share signal identified from   the KAERS and follow-up safety actions in Korea.

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  1. KPSC No. 2014-5. (Pyrazinamide)


  2. KPSC No. 2014-4. (Risperidone)


  3. KPSC No. 2014-3. (Zolpidem)


  4. KPSC No. 2014-2. (Propofol)


  5. KPSC No. 2014-1. (Isoniazide)


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