DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3933.ijam20204076

Sumag (sulphacetamide) induced allergic reaction, aggravating superficial thrombophlebitis

Dharmendra Jain, Abhishek Kaushley, Vaibhav Mishra

Abstract


Adverse drug reaction (ADR) is not only require early identification of the offending drugs but also requires proper care and management of complications. Also adverse drug reaction need to be differentiated from the problem unrelated to the drug so that needed medications are not unnecessarily stopped. Adverse drug reaction may be unpredictable and represent a life-threatening risk. ADR can also complicate the management of any infection. This case report provide the precise clinical course of a rare ADR.


Keywords


Adverse drug reaction, Offending drugs, Unpredictable, Life-threatening risk

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