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how to get drug database for free?

The information you seek is in the Structured Product Label (SPL) that each drug labeller provides to the FDA. The SPL is free and available through an API provided by the National Library of ...
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why doesn't FDA drug list include all meds?

The FDA CDER database, which you linked to, covers small molecule drugs. Monovisc is a medical device, so you'll need to search the medical device database: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/...
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How to download in excel/csv all the FDA drug enforcements available?

Download the JSON file and open it with a Json to CSV converter like http://www.convertcsv.com/json-to-csv.htm You will get this file.
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openFDA API - ingredient and product name queries give bad results - is it me?

I think you might be using the wrong query syntax for the openFDA API. Try: https://api.fda.gov/drug/label.json?&search=generic_name:hydrocodone Note the : instead of the = in the search value. ...
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Repository for published data from medical studies

Have you tried looking into Open Knowledge International? https://discuss.okfn.org/c/projects/open-trials They seem to have a discussion board on clinical trial archives as well as a database on ...
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Repository for published data from medical studies

There are a couple, but for me they don't have the level of data granularity to do the analysis I would like. It depends on the detail you need ... clinicaltrials.gov Consort - This is high level of ...
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Drug patent to National Drug Code (NDC) mappings?

Matching on Appl_No (APPLICATIONNUMBER in the new NDC format) is the correct strategy. Note that there are many categories of products in the NDC, and the Orange Book is restricted to small molecule ...
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API for searching Orphan Drug Designations and Approvals

chaohuang -- OpenFDA does not have an API for this dataset. And I can't find an API for it elsewhere either unfortunately. As a possible alternative approach, you may be able to implement a solution ...
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Atopiclair does not appear on any FDA list I can find

This document from fda.gov (saved via the Wayback Machine) states: This clinical study was compiled using Sinclair Wound and Skin Emulsion product as submitted in 510(k) # K024367. Atopiclair" is ...
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Where can I download a full international drug names dataset?

The World Health Organization maintains a list of International Nonproproprietary Names (INNs) for drugs in Latin, English, French and Spanish. You can download this list at https://www.who.int/...
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How do make an autocomplete for drug search?

openFDA does not support auto complete at the moment.
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Comparing new data of drugsfda

There are a number of technologies out there that can assist in comparing what has changed in the dataset compared to previous versions you loaded. We don't release specific update logs, but ...
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Which API to use to find the information based on NDC code?

Using the NDC endpoint would be a logical choice. And you can supplement that by calling Drug Label, too, in case you need additional fields otherwise not provided by NDC (e.g. details from the drug's ...
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Historical National Drug Code Package Data Availability

FDA Response We don't keep the products that are discontinued in the searchable database. If you file an FOI request we can provide a dump of discontinued products from 2009 to present (this is ...
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Availability of PGx Biomarker data for drug labels?

At this point openFDA has no plans on making Pharmacogenomic Biomarkers available in Drug Labeling.
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How to find Novartis medicines in openFDA drug labelling data

Here is the corrected query: https://api.fda.gov/drug/label.json?search=spl_patient_package_insert:"Novartis"+AND+_exists_:spl_product_data_elements+AND+effective_time:[20110601+TO+20181231]&...
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meds not appearing in FDA CDER or medical device DBs

You may want to explore using the APIs at openFDA (https://open.fda.gov/). I did a quick search of the Drug Product Labeling API and found matching records for Donnatal and for Androxy. Here are the ...
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meds not appearing in FDA CDER or medical device DBs

These are all special cases. RabAvert is a biologic, so it is be found in the CBER database, not the CDER database or the medical device database. Donnatal is an unapproved drug that was ...
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Is there a historic drug shortage database?

I asked the same question of the FDA on August 2 this year. Here is a response. If anyone knows of such a repository, I'd be interested in some analysis. From: CDER DRUG SHORTAGES Sent: ...
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Where can I find a list of investigational drugs?

drugbank.ca -which has listed over 11000 drugs- offers the possibility to filter for investigational drugs. see https://www.drugbank.ca/categories?utf8=%E2%9C%93&investigational=1&us=0&...
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Where can I find a list of investigational drugs?

There are a couple of reference sources for drugs, like WHO-DD (world health Organisation-drug dictionary), or INNs (international non-proprietary names) but to my knowledge these do not contain an ...
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Drug patent to National Drug Code (NDC) mappings?

I've tried to get the data from the link you provided(*zip file ~1mb) which contain some *.txt files. I looked into the products.txt, where two lines look like this: BUDESONIDE~AEROSOL, FOAM;RECTAL~...
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Is there a way to query openFDA for drug pair interaction?

Unfortunately, Open FDA cannot assess safety of a particular drug interaction. To see if a drug has any interaction warnings, precaution, or contraindication, you can query the Drug Label API and ...
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Open datasets on medicine/drugs and its uses in treatment

You can have a look at "MEDI (MEDication Indication) is an ensemble medication indication resource for primary and secondary uses of electronic medical record (EMR) data. MEDI was created based on ...
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