Definitions

1. ''Total reactions reported'': the overall number of reactions reported for a given drug substance or class, regardless of the body system affected by the reaction.

2. ''Haemopoietic reactions reported'': the overall number of reactions in the haemopoietic system/organ class reported for a given drug substance or therapeutic class.

3. ''Serious haemopoietic reactions'': the number of haemopoietic reactions reported for a given drug substance/class which are defined as serious on the ADROIT Medical Dictionary; see Appendices A and B for lists of serious and non-serious reactions.

4. ''Fatal haemopoietic reactions'': the number of haemopoietic reactions reported for a given drug substance/class, where the outcome of the reaction was stated as being ''fatal'' by the reporter.

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