Reporting by Healthcare Professional

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  If you think you may be experiencing an adverse event caused by a medicine or medical device, seek advice from your doctor / pharmacist as soon as possible.



Reporting Adverse Drug Reactions


Guide for ADR Reporters 

  • Definitions
  • Checklist for ADR Reporters
  • Submitting samples for Laboratory Testing of Suspected Adulterated Products
  • VigiAccess: A public gateway to the WHO ADR Database
  • ADR Reports on AntiTB drugs





Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Classification


Clinical Manifestation of Cutaneous ADR Glossary and Pictures of Clinical Manifestation of Cutaneous ADR





  • Please report ALL suspected Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) to the National Centre for Adverse Drug Reactions Monitoring, including those for vaccines and traditional products.
  • Do not hesitate to report if some details are not known.
  • The identities of Reporter, Patient and Institution will remain confidential.



User Guide for Online Reporting

Reminder! Please read this user guide before proceeding to complete the online reporting form.




 * to submit by post, email or fax.



Product Complaints

Registered Product Complaints (Related to Medicine) Form [PDF]



National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA)
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  • Phone: +603-7883 5400
  • Fax: +603-7956 2924, +603-7956 7075


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