European Medicines Agency reviews cardiovascular risk of MultaqThe European Medicines Agency is to review the cardiovascular risk of antiarrhythmic drug Multaq by Sanofi Aventis. This follows the company’s announcement on 7 July 2011, the elimination of the PALLAS study because of the occurrence of major cardiovascular events in some patients, the dronedarone.
The Agency’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use has started a review in January 2011, the total risk-benefit ratio of Multaq following reports of severe liver damage. The scope of the review has now been extended to assess new information from the PALLAS study and the CHMP is the need for further action at its next meeting on 18 determine – 21 July 2011.– Data, compared through expenses in an employer to on health care to its employees in order to national trends and costs to other an employer in the same sector would be.
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