Database of Adverse Event Notifications (DAEN)

19 July 2018

The TGA is in the process of upgrading the Database of Adverse Event Notifications for medicines (DAEN - medicines). The database will be available throughout this process, however, the next data refresh, scheduled for Thursday 19 July 2018, will now be postponed until the upgrade is complete. This means reports received in late March and early April will not appear until the next refresh is undertaken.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) receives adverse event reports associated with medicines and medical devices. These reports come from a wide range of sources, including members of the public, general practitioners, nurses, other health professionals and the therapeutic goods industry.

There are two search facilities below:

  • DAEN - medicines provides information about adverse events related to medicines and vaccines used in Australia.
  • DAEN - medical devices provides information about adverse events related to medical devices used in Australia.

DAEN - medicines

photo of tabletsThe Database of Adverse Event Notifications - medicines contains information from reports of adverse events that the TGA has received in relation to medicines, including vaccines, used in Australia.

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DAEN - medical devices

photo of medical devicesThe Database of Adverse Event Notifications - medical devices contains information from reports of adverse events that the TGA has received in relation to medical devices used in Australia.

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