Details for: PREVNAR 13


Product description

Product name: PREVNAR 13

Company name: PFIZER CANADA ULC

DIN: 02335204

Status: Marketed

Status date: 2012-10-25

Active ingredient(s) Strength
CORYNEBACTERIUM DIPHTHERIAE CRM-197 PROTEIN 34 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 1 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 14 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 18C 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 19A 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 19F 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 23F 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 3 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 4 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 5 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 6A 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 6B 4.4 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 7F 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML
PNEUMOCOCCAL POLYSACCHARIDE SEROTYPE 9V 2.2 MCG / 0.5 ML

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The Product Monograph includes three sections:

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  • Part II: Scientific Information; and
  • Patient Medication Information
Summary Basis of Decision for Prevnar ®  13

The Summary Basis of Decision explains why the product was approved for sale in Canada. The document includes regulatory, safety, effectiveness and quality (in terms of chemistry and manufacturing) considerations.

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Report a side effect

Side effects are troublesome symptoms or feelings that you may not expect that show up when you are taking a medicine.

All suspected side effects should be reported, especially those that are:

  • Unexpected, regardless of their severity, i.e., not consistent with product information or labelling; or
  • Serious, whether expected or not, i.e., that requires being admitted to the hospital, lengthened hospital stay, causes a birth defect, disability, is life-threatening or results in death;
  • Reactions to recently marketed health products (on the market for less than five years), regardless of their nature or severity.

Report a serious adverse drug reaction (for hospitals)

Section C.01.020.1 of the Food and Drug Regulations and section 62 of the Medical Devices Regulations, require hospitals to report to Health Canada all serious adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and medical device incidents (MDIs) within 30 days of being documented within the hospital.

This regulatory requirement only applies to hospitals.

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Product Monograph

The Product Monograph is a scientific document that describes the properties, claims, indications and conditions of use of the product and contains any other information that may be required for optimal, safe and effective use.

The Product Monograph includes three sections:

  • Part I: Health Professional Information;
  • Part II: Scientific Information; and
  • Patient Medication Information
Report a side effect

Side effects are troublesome symptoms or feelings that you may not expect that show up when you are taking a medicine.

All suspected side effects should be reported, especially those that are:

  • Unexpected, regardless of their severity, i.e., not consistent with product information or labelling; or
  • Serious, whether expected or not, i.e., that requires being admitted to the hospital, lengthened hospital stay, causes a birth defect, disability, is life-threatening or results in death;
  • Reactions to recently marketed health products (on the market for less than five years), regardless of their nature or severity.