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Side effects

Effects of a proposed project on other parts of the firm.

Side Effects

The effect a company's activity has on other activities in the company. For example, if an investment performs poorly, it may have the side effect of depriving other departments of funds needed for their own operations.
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Side effects are not pleasant to experience but did you know that you can help to build up vital information by reporting your side effect to the Yellow Card Scheme?
At the end of 3 months, participants answered questions about side effects, and then they were given the other formulation.
Unfortunately, anticholinergic medications have their own side effects, such as impairment in cognitive functioning, sedation, blurred vision, and dry mouth (Spohn & Strauss, 1989).
Among the many other possible Side effects are fluid retention, unprovoked nose bleeds, arthritis, and peptic ulcers.
Side effects may include headaches, rapid heartbeat, and joint pain.
Side effects data that doctors report to drug companies are too piecemeal for reliable comparisons of different drugs' risks, he says.
Long-term side effects are simply a risk that must be accepted with any model of drug approval.
Lianne Noddle of Woodland Hills said she had to stop taking Accutane for a persistent case of adult acne after only six weeks because of troublesome side effects such as nose bleeds, joint pain and other discomforts.
The CAPRIE (1996) study showed that the largest selling antiplatelet drugs PLAVIX(R) (Clopidogrel) and Aspirin are quite toxic with over 50% of those who take either of them suffer from various toxic side effects.
But if patients don't like their Intacs, or suffer a side effect such as glare, doctors can remove the rings with a good chance of returning the eyes to presurgery condition.