i downloaded the Drugs@FDA dataset and was able to find the features the pdf contains. I just used a text editor and a search application but did not go into the semantics of the data.
BLA NUMBER or
APPLICATION NUMBER (e.g. BLA 125504/0.0) serving as key you can get all your desired infos. However you need to strip down the prefix BLA and the suffix /0.0 to be able to do so.
Beginning with the file Applications.txt you can find the
ApplType (BLA) and the Applicant in the field
Within Products.txt you can find the Proprietary Name and the Proper Name in the fields
ActiveIngredient. But be advised that there can be more than 1 product per
ApplNo so you should probably use the product with the
ProductNo = 001.
To get the Approval Date you have to take a look into Submissions.txt. There you should filter for
SubmissionType = ORIG to find the data in the field
SubmissionStatusDate. Also the Review Classification (whether S for Standard or P for Priority) is listed there in the field
The last piece of information (the O in Review Classification for Orphan Designation) can be retrived via SubmissionPropertyType.txt. There a record with the corrsponding
SubmissionType = ORIG could be found labeling the
SubmissionPropertyTypeCode as Orphan.
In summary the data is available in a relational nature. I think your best bet is to import the data and construct the records shown in the pdf by joining it together (e.g. by using a relational database and applying SQL). As i mentioned at the beginning i did not go into the semantics of the data so there is a good chance i missed something.
Here a little proof of concept in SQL