YCS

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AcronymDefinition
YCSYu-Gi-Oh Championship Series (card game)
YCSYukon Conservation Society (Canada)
YCSYears Commissioned Service (US DoD)
YCSYoung Catholic Students (various locations)
YCSYale Classical Studies
YCSYou Can Succeed (student program)
YCSYellow Card Scheme (adverse drug reaction reporting system; UK)
YCSYouth Clinical Services (Toronto, Canada)
YCSYarmouth Central School (Canada)
YCSYankee Computer Society
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Patients and healthcare professionals can report suspected side-effects for any medicines to the MHRA via our Yellow Card Scheme."
We strongly encourage anyone to report any issues with this product, or more generally with any medical device, to our Yellow Card Scheme."
The yellow card scheme was introduced by the police to tackle low-level anti-social behaviour.
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has a yellow card scheme for third-party motor vehicle insurance in the region.
THE West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, with the West Midlands Centre for Adverse Drug Reactions, is holding a study day event to celebrate 50 years of the Yellow Card Scheme.
"The MHRA keeps all medicines under constant review and if anyone suffers a suspected adverse reaction to a medicine we would encourage them to report it to us through our Yellow Card scheme."
In the UK, reports of adverse drug reactions are collated by the MHRA through a Yellow Card scheme.
"We have in place the Yellow Card Scheme which helps us identify previously unrecognised suspected adverse reactions."
A Medicines Healthcare Regulatory Authority spokeswoman said they operated a yellow card scheme in which patients can report adverse reactions to herbal medicines.
Police praised a red and yellow card scheme to tackle violent and aggressive behaviour on hospital wards after a man was convicted for damaging a treatment room.
The Yellow Card scheme led to 150 arrests, ranging from possession of drugs to theft, criminal damage and disorder.