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Dataset: Obtained from FDA AERS

I would like to map the drug names to its generic name.

Example: Arthritis Pain, Aspir 81, Aspir-Low, Bayer Childrens Aspirin etc would be mapped to aspirin

Is there a dataset where such mappings are available(preferably in CSV format) so that it is possible to iterate through the FDA AERS dataset and replace the drug name with their generics.

  • Here are all the generic names to start with. I don't know OpenFDA, but maybe you can go from there in the other direction, i.e. querying for brand names associated with generic names. – Jan Doggen Aug 12 at 7:21
  • Or try going from here. BTW Did you search the site before posting your question? – Jan Doggen Aug 12 at 7:26
  • @JanDoggen Yes, I went through them, but I wanted to know if someone in the community knew of the availability of such database. – Jerry Aug 12 at 14:57
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We at openFDA are unaware of such dataset, but you could probably compile such mappings by a) downloading openFDA FAERS JSON files, b) writing a quick tool that goes over the records and puts the mappings together.

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