Monthly Archives: octobre 2017

Finastéride: le risque de dépression et d’idées suicidaires

27 octobre 2017 – Des cas de dépression et plus rarement d’idées suicidaires ont été observés chez des hommes traités pour la chute de cheveux par finastéride 1 mg. Le risque de dépression est également associé au finastéride 5 mg, traitement de l’hypertrophie bénigne de la prostate. 

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Le scandal Levothyrox et ces effets indésirables forts

25 octobre 2017 – L’article suivant par France Info illustre les forts effets secondaires santé et juridique  d’une nouvelle formulation du médicament Levothyrox récemment introduit en France sur le marché tant chez les patients atteints, de Merck, aux autorités réglementaires, et maintenant devant les tribunaux. L’article soulève de graves questions sur la responsabilité éthique des sociétés pharmaceutiques et des autorités de réglementation vis-à-vis du patient.

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Ne pas utiliser chez les femmes enceintes ou en âge de procréer: Les pictogrammes

16 octobre 2017 – En France, le Ministère des solidarités et de la santé (DSG) a annoncé l’entrée en vigueur du pictogramme “femmes enceintes”. Ce pictogramme, décliné en 2 modèles sera apposé à partir du 17 octobre 2017 sur les boîtes de médicaments pouvant présenter un danger (pictogramme triangle) ou interdits (pictogramme rond barré) pendant la grossesse.

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Création d’un comité scientifique sur la cybersécurité des logiciels dispositifs médicaux

14 octobre 2017 – L’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM) a créé le premier comité scientifique spécialisé temporaire (CSST) sur la cybersécurité des logiciels dispositifs médicaux (DM). Les experts externes qui le composent sont chargés de proposer des recommandations pour garantir un niveau minimum de sécurité des logiciels utilisés dans le domaine médical face aux menaces de malveillance numérique.

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