Local skin and application site reactions were the most common adverse events reported --From staff reports
What does ASR stand for?
ASR stands for Application Site Reaction (medicine)
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- Annual Safety Report (clinical trials)
- Annual Salary Review (various organizations)
- Annual Staff Report
- Annuario Statistico Regionale (Italian: Regional Statistical Yearbook)
- Answer Seizure Ratio
- Answer Supervision Rate (telecommunications)
- Answer/Seizure Ratio (ITU-T)
- Antenna Structure Registration (Federal Communications Commission)
- Anti Slip Regulation (automotive)
- Antriebs-Schlupf-Regelung (German: Traction Control; vehicles)
- Application Specific Router (Cisco)
- Applied Systems Research (various organizations)
- Aquifer Storage and Recovery (reservoir management)
- Aquifer Storage and Retrieval (surface water storage)
- Architectures, Systèmes et Réseaux (French)
- Archive Search Report
- Area Search Radar
- Area Specific Resistance (fuel cells)
- Area Surveillance Radar
- Arithmetic Shift Right
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most frequently reported adverse events associated with rotigotine in these studies were application site reactions, nausea, dizziness, somnolence and headache.
Nearly 40% of users had application site reactions vs.
A total of 20 patients (16 in the extended regimen group and 4 in the cyclic group) discontinued use of the patch due to adverse events, including application site reaction, breast discomfort, depression, headaches, hypertension, migraine, and nausea.
Nearly 40% of the subjects had application site reactions by week 4, a rate that dropped to 14% by week 8; all cases were mild.