Pharco is permanently interested in the safety of using the company’s medicines.
The Pharmacovigilance Service of SC PHARCO IMPEX ’93 SRL responds to a public health problem, having an important role for patient safety and a significant contribution to the transmission of the correct information to consumers, to promoting the rational use and to permanently analyze the risk-benefit ratio for the medicines in our company’s portfolio.
What is Pharmacovigilance?
Pharmacovigilance studies the safety of drugs by detecting, evaluating, reporting / monitoring and preventing adverse reactions.
What is an adverse reaction?
An adverse reaction is defined as “a harmful and unwanted response, determined by a drug”. This means that an undesirable or unintended effect occurs after using a medicine. Adverse reactions and undesirable effects that occur after drug overdose, misuse, abuse and medication errors, or undesirable effects of occupational exposure are considered adverse reactions.
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.These include any side effects mentioned or not in the package leaflet.
How can an adverse reaction be reported?
If you want to report a suspected adverse reaction to any of the PHARCO medicines:
you can contact us by e-mail (email@example.com) or by telephone (0745.050.909 / 0736.421.919);
- you can download the form directly from here for patients and here for professionals, fill it out and send it to the Pharmacovigilance team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All personal information related to the reporting of a side effect is processed in accordance with EU / European data protection law. Your report is only used for scientific evaluation of the drug.
- you can report here to the National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices in Romania (ANMDMR)
By reporting side effects, you can help provide more information on the safety of PHARCO medicines.
For more information on the safety of PHARCO medicines you can contact the Pharmacovigilance department: