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Forms for information from The Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS)
Adverse Drug Reactions – Reporting Information & Case Study Contribution Form
Toxic Anterior Segment Syndrome (TASS) – Reporting Information & Case Identification Form
Eye Health Pamphlets – Patient Information Pamphlets Order Form
Pamphlets on the following topics are available for physicians to order in bulk for their practice:
Reporting adverse events is a vital part of post-marketing surveillance of any new medication in determining its safety and efficacy.
Ophthalmologists have a duty of care to report suspected reactions to new medications, as well as outbreaks of conditions such as TASS.
The identification and tracking of cases is a critical means for information to be accurately collected and used in the interest of the vision health of all Canadians.