SUDDEN, PREDICTABLE AND PREVENTABLE DEATH IN PHARMACOLOGICAL CARDIO SAFETY
Adrián Angel Inchauspe
Research Department, "Dr. Alejandro Korn" Hospital, Argentina
Many times we hear about "Sudden Death" in pharmacological reviews about fatal consequences after intake of several kind of drugs. In concept,Sudden Death does not means to a quick or suddenly death.
It refers to a surprising and unexpected episod in an individual story that appears without any backround , signs or symptoms than let us to predict this critical situation. Furthermore, Predictable Deathis referred to the possibility of avoiding or interrupting this terminal process, due to risk management or laboratory information through drug-prospects that inform us about possible severe cardiac conditions. Being aware of these, concepts´definitions can guide us to the idea of Preventable Death; and our responsible warranty that result in recovery of expected hazards over the recognition among the differences between these extremely severe conditions.