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Norman S. Marks

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Medical Product Safety, LLC

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Medical Product Safety, LLC

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Background Information

Employment History

Medical Officer

Food and Drug Administration


Medical Officer, MedWatch

U.S. Food and Drug Administration


Urologic Surgeon

Humana Inc.


Affiliations

HHS

Medical Advisor


Education

American Board of Urology


University of Wisconsin Medical School , Madison


MD


master's degree

health administration

University of Colorado


medical degree

University of Wisconsin Medical School


Web References(24 Total References)


NCPIE: National Council on Patient Information and Education

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"But every product that FDA approves carries some risk," says Norman Marks,
M.D., Medical Director of FDA's MedWatch Program. action to protect the public, says Marks.


NCPIE: National Council on Patient Information and Education

www.talkaboutrx.org [cached]

"But every product that FDA approves carries some risk," says Norman Marks, M.D., Medical Director of FDA's MedWatch Program.
"Sometimes there are risks that only come to light after a medical product gets on the market and is used in a larger number of patients, for a longer period of time, and in patients whose health characteristics are different from those of the patients studied before approval. So continued monitoring of adverse events is essential and depends on reporting of these events to FDA so they can be entered in MedWatch. Every MedWatch report is important and is recorded in an FDA database for review and comparison to similar previous reports. When added together, reports can signal a safety problem and lead to an FDA action to protect the public, says Marks.


How to Use the Consumer Complaint System and MedWatch — Trusted advice on "How-to.....?"

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"But every product that FDA approves carries some risk," says Norman Marks, M.D., Medical Director of FDA's MedWatch Pro- gram.
"Sometimes there are risks that only come to light after a medi- cal product gets on the market and is used in a larger number of patients, for a longer period of time, and in patients whose health characteris- tics are different from those of the patients studied before approval. So continued monitoring of adverse events is essential and depends on reporting of these events to FDA so they can be entered in MedWatch. Every MedWatch report is impor- tant and is recorded in an FDA data- base for review and comparison to similar previous reports. When added together, reports can signal a safety problem and lead to an FDA action to protect the public, says Marks. "Reporting can help you, a family member, or someone else avoid harm, serious illness, or even death." How to Report to MedWatch Reporting to MedWatch is easy, con- fidential, and secure. You provide information about your experience on a MedWatch form. FDA encour- ages you to have your health care professional either complete the form for you or help you complete the form yourself. "Health care professionals have test results and other clinical information that will help us better evaluate the report," says Marks.


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"But every product that FDA approves carries some risk," says Norman Marks, M.D., Medical Director of FDA's post-marketing surveillance Program.
"Health care professionals have test results and other clinical information that will help us better evaluate the report," says Marks.


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"But every product that FDA approves carries some risk," says Norman Marks, M.D., Medical Director of the FDA's MedWatch Program.
"Sometimes there are risks that only come to light after a medical product gets on the market and is used in a larger number of patients, for a longer period of time, and in patients whose health characteristics are different from those of the patients studied before approval." So continued monitoring of adverse events is essential and depends on reporting of these events to FDA so they can be entered in MedWatch. Every MedWatch report is recorded in an FDA database for review and comparison to similar previous reports. When added together, reports can signal a safety problem and lead to an FDA action to protect the public, says Marks. "Reporting can help you, a family member, or someone else avoid harm, serious illness, or even death." Reporting to MedWatch is easy, confidential, and secure. The FDA encourages you to have your healthcare professional either complete the MedWatch form for you or help you complete the form yourself. "Health care professionals have test results and other clinical information that will help us better evaluate the report," says Marks.


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