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Vikas Vasant Pawar*, Darshana Patil and Neha Jadhav


Withdrawal refers to the total removal of a medicinal product from the market. Medications experience thorough testing before they are brought into the market. They are first tried in animals and afterward in individuals during clinical trails for their adequacy and also for their wellbeing. In spite everything being prevented, some unfavorable adverse effects of medications seem to appear when the medication is utilized in the all individuals after its approval. These unfavourable adverse effects are recognized though a process of regular monitoring after the drug is released into the market called Pharmacovigilance. In the event that if the unfavorable adverse effects are extreme or the dangers of utilizing the medication exceed the benefits, or if the medication is ineffective, the country may ban the medication or the medication organization may itself intentionally pull back the medication. In this review, We outlined different Drugs pulled back from Indian market and a few medications still accessibility in India, depite being prohibited or ban and the safety drug monitoring programme in India.

Keywords: Medication, Ban, Withdrawn, Adverse Drug Reaction(ADR).

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