Reactions Pharmacovigilance Service

Reactions Pharmacovigilance Service (RPS) is a literature monitoring service from Adis which identifies published case reports of adverse drug reactions (ICSRs) and helps you to streamline your compliance with current pharmacovigilance regulations.

With extensive coverage of a variety of sources, you can be confident that nothing is missed.

Our monitored sources

  • All relevant international journals (around 8,000 titles) plus companion supplements
  • Proceedings from scientific meetings
  • Newsletters from pharmacovigilance centers participating in the WHO International Drug Monitoring Programme
  • Websites of regulatory agencies and pharmaceutical/generics companies

A custom solution tailored to meet your needs

  • You select the compounds you wish to monitor – specific drugs or drug classes
  • We deliver ICSRs to your schedule – daily or weekly alerts available
  •  In the format you need – XML data feed or email alerts
  • E2B compatible data feeds also available will all relevant ICH E2B(M) fields populated, including the latest version of MedDRA coding

With over 30 years’ experience in delivering pharmacovigilance data, our team of experts can
add valuable skills to your organization without increasing your headcount. By outsourcing
literature monitoring to us, you will receive timely data in an easy-to-manage format, helping you to comply with regulations whilst saving you time and resources.

Key benefits

  • Monitor all relevant journals and identify ICSRs on your compounds with confidence
  • Save time and resources needed to comply with regulations
  • Be alerted to new ICSRs quickly
  • Receive data selected, reviewed and compiled by expert editors
  • Receive customized E2B-compatible records for direct import onto your safety database

Additional services

  • Aggregate safety searches: we can review the literature over defined timeframes to retrieve safety-relevant data on substances of interest
  • Local language literature monitoring: besides monitoring the international literature, we can work on defined lists of local-language, non-indexed publications and scan these for relevant ICSR content