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Aspirin and Loss Of Consciousness

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Aspirin and Loss Of Consciousness

Age

>60 Years
229
50-59 Years
68
30-39 Years
42
40-49 Years
29
20-29 Years
28
10-19 Years
8
1-9 Years
5
0-12 Months
3

Gender

Male: 53%
Female: 45%
Gender Unknown: 2%

Outcome

What were the most common outcomes of those reporting Loss Of Consciousness?

Hospitalization
273
Other
226
Death
138
Life Threatening
62
Disability
18
Required Intervention
8

Reporter

Who most commonly reported Loss Of Consciousness?

Consumer
132
Other
106
Physician
100
Pharmacist
45
Lawyer
3

Therapy

Of those reporting Loss Of Consciousness, why were they taking Aspirin?

Drug Use For Unknown Indication
47
Prophylaxis
29
Myocardial Infarction
21
Ischaemic Heart Disease Prophylaxis
20
Stent Placement
15

Other Medications

Which medications reported to the FDA are most commonly associated with Loss Of Consciousness?

Chantix
1516
Forteo
1368
Avonex
1321
Vioxx
1192
Lyrica
982
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Cymbalta
937
Seroquel
879
Remicade
738
Rebif
738
Tysabri
723
Humira
710
Humalog
634
Zyprexa
571
Betaseron
569
Fosamax
553
Byetta
528
Lantus
495
Digoxin
485
Enbrel
484
Oxycontin
479
Peg-intron
457
Neurontin
449
Ribavirin
434
Clozaril
426
Suboxone
417
Duragesic-100
413
Aspirin
394
Sandostatin Lar
394
Avelox
390
Pegasys
363
Ambien
361
Diovan
354
Zometa
336
Paxil
334
Plavix
324
Humulin N
323
Zoloft
323
Clozapine
300
Xanax
294
Heparin Sodium Injection
279
Acetaminophen
279
Lexapro
277
Strattera
270
Fentanyl
268
Risperdal
249
Lipitor
247
Dianeal
245
Lamictal
243
Tegretol
241
Voltaren
240
Humulin R
237

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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