ARC Announces Patients Safety Alerts

If you are among the millions of people who take prescription medication each day, you might find it confusing to remember all the details about taking those medications. Those who take prescription drugs as well as those with replacement joints and other prosthetics need to be aware of FDA updates that affect them. For many patients, this task can seem overwhelming. Unfortunately, health and safety risks grow much greater when a patient doesn’t receive word of a safety update or medical recall. What would happen if you were affected by a hip replacement recall but unaware that the recall had been issued?

 

As medical professionals take on more and more patients and technology increases treatment options, it can be difficult for patients to get the one-on-one attention and answers they need. The American Recall Center exists to get pertinent medical information to as many patients as possible. With our services, information about prescription drugs, medical device safety and recalls can always be right at your fingertips.

 

The American Recall Center understands that medical jargon can be confusing to patients. As a result, our website focuses on providing information in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner. We use plain language and lay terms to break down the information you need in order to take an active role in your healthcare.

Only the American Recall Center provides Patient Safety Alerts to registered clients. These alerts are a part of a customizable notification system. To enroll, simply access our database of prescription drugs and medical devices. From here, select those that affect you. As long as you  keep this information up to date, you’ll receive an email alert any time the FDA issues a safety update that affects your you. In this way, we empower you to keep your personal health a top priority without fearing that you might miss a critical update.

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