Humans vary in their biological reactions to medicinal products. This is why not all adverse reactions (side effects) associated with the use of medicinal products can be detected during clinical development, not even by the most comprehensive clinical trials. Capturing as many of these adverse reactions, however rare they may be in absolute terms, from worldwide sources is of paramount importance for continued patient and drug safety (pharmacovigilance).
For Bayer as a global pharmaceutical company, pharmacovigilance takes center stage, beyond mere compliance with worldwide regulations. To enable Bayer to provide up-to date safety information on Bayer products, your support is pivotal, whether you are a customer, patient or healthcare professional.
Please select your country of citizenship from the list below to report an adverse event.
Please provide the following information in your email to ensure it is handled in a manner consistent with the applicable local laws:
- Name of the Bayer medical product:
Description of when the patient started the medication, including dosing strength and frequency (amount and how often, e.g. 40mg twice daily). Please specify what are you using the product for. Any action taken with the medication (e.g. reduced dose, stopped) and impact of that action on the adverse event.
- The adverse event associated with the drug:
Description of details of the adverse event(s) and any additional product or procedure to treat the adverse event. Name of healthcare provider who provided treatment and contact information.
- Your name (optional) and occupation:
Please note that your personal identifying information (e.g. name, email address) will not be shared with the health authorities. Bayer may contact you for further information about the adverse event. If you do not wish to be contacted, you should indicate this in your email. Please specify your occupation.
- Information about the person who experienced the adverse event:
Any other medical conditions currently ongoing. Other medications currently taken (name, dosing strength, frequency, and when medication was started). Gender and age of the person taking medication (optional).