Advice about reporting suspected adverse reactions
Whenever a suspected adverse reaction is observed during the use of a veterinary medicinal product in:
§ Animals (including birds and fish)
§ Incidents involving humans
Please log your complaint on the website form below in English, as well as completing the attached form above.
The completed forms must be submitted electronically to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
In case of emergency or for further information please contact Annelie De-Klerk (Responsible Pharmacist) on Cell No 082 895 1509 or Tel No 011 3120 4088 or Dr Willem Schultheiss on Cell No 082 323 7019
What to report
§ Suspected adverse reactions to registered veterinary medicines, stock remedies and vaccines.
§ Suspected adverse reaction to medicines used extra-labelly in animals.
§ Suspected adverse reactions to herbal, homeopathic or other alternate remedies.
§ Suspected lack of efficacy of a product.
§ Suspected lack of efficacy of a vaccine.
§ Misuse of products.
Report even if:
§ You are not certain that the product has caused the event.
We particularly interested in:
§ Adverse reactions to recently marketed products.
§ Serious adverse reactions and interactions with all products.
§ Adverse reactions that are not clearly reflected in the package insert.
§ Identities of the reporters, client and patient will remain strictly confidential.
§ The report does not constitute an admission that the veterinarian or the product caused or contributed to the event.
§ You don’t have all the details.