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Aspirin and Blood Pressure Decreased

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Aspirin and Blood Pressure Decreased

Age

>60 Years
127
50-59 Years
36
40-49 Years
19
30-39 Years
18
20-29 Years
16
1-9 Years
3
10-19 Years
3
0-12 Months
1

Gender

Male: 50%
Female: 47%
Gender Unknown: 3%

Outcome

What were the most common outcomes of those reporting Blood Pressure Decreased?

Hospitalization
168
Other
106
Death
69
Life Threatening
48
Disability
4
Required Intervention
3
Congenital Anomaly
1

Reporter

Who most commonly reported Blood Pressure Decreased?

Physician
84
Other
57
Consumer
38
Pharmacist
19
Lawyer
3

Therapy

Of those reporting Blood Pressure Decreased, why were they taking Aspirin?

Drug Use For Unknown Indication
28
Myocardial Infarction
16
Prophylaxis
12
Cerebral Infarction
11
Suicide Attempt
9

Other Medications

Which medications reported to the FDA are most commonly associated with Blood Pressure Decreased?

Remicade
827
Heparin Sodium Injection
707
Forteo
583
Diovan
491
Heparin Sodium
468
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Sandostatin Lar
468
Gilenya
386
Vioxx
330
Tysabri
310
Avonex
288
Humira
287
Xolair
276
Byetta
272
Digoxin
268
Lyrica
259
Voltaren
236
Seroquel
217
Avelox
215
Aspirin
212
Norvasc
194
Heparin
185
Zometa
184
Diovan Hct
180
Chantix
174
Cymbalta
162
Niaspan
149
Enbrel
143
Cisplatin
142
Clozaril
140
Erbitux
136
Lisinopril
135
Fosamax
134
Carboplatin
127
Coreg
126
Betaseron
123
Exjade
122
Taxotere
121
Viagra
121
Pradaxa
120
Cyclophosphamide
120
Flomax
119
Peg-intron
119
Lipitor
119
Neoral
118
Zyprexa
118
Metformin Hcl
116
Fentanyl
116
Dianeal
112
Tracleer
112
Gleevec
111
Rebif
110

Is the adverse drug reaction you’re experiencing actually due to the drug you took?

The Naranjo Scale is a questionnaire for determining the likelihood of whether an adverse drug reaction is actually due to the drug or caused by other factors. Probability is assigned via a score termed definite, probable, possible or doubtful.*

YESNOUNKOWN
Are there previous conclusive reports on this reaction?
Did the adverse event appear after the suspected drug was administered?
Did the adverse reaction improve when the drug was discontinued or a specific antagonist was administered?
Did the adverse reaction reappear when the drug was readministered?
Are there alternative causes (other than the drug) that could on their own have caused the reaction?
Did the reaction reappear when a placebo was given?
Was the drug detected in the blood (or other fluids) in concentrations known to be toxic?
Was the reaction more severe when the dose was increased, or less severe when the dose was decreased?
Did the patient have a similar reaction to the same or similar drugs in any previous exposure?
Was the adverse event confirmed by any objective evidence?
Probability of an Adverse Event
Doubtful
Possible
Probable
Definite

*Naranjo, et al. "A method for estimating the probability of adverse drug reactions." Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1981 Aug;30(2):239-45.

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