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I'm Violet with the openFDA team. To find side effect information, you'll want to look for the adverse_reactions field in the endpoint drug/label. An example /drug/label query for Paxil. For a full list of all reactions reported while a patient was taking the drug, you can check the endpoint drug/event, but please note that these reports are per incident and ...


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I'm Violet with the openFDA team. This one is a bit tricky as it deals with the harmonized data contained in the openfda object. The drugs@FDA endpoint contains the field application_number, which is what it uses to link to other openFDA endpoints and populate the openfda object through the process we label harmonization. To find which spl_set_id is linked ...


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The openFDA drug adverse event API returns data that has been collected from the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS), a database that contains information on adverse events and medication error reports submitted to FDA. To know more about FAERS, Please go through the below link https://www.fda.gov/drugs/surveillance/questions-and-answers-fdas-adverse-...


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You might find it easier to just download the entire NDC database and then run your own queries. We did that because we didn't want to be contrained by the API.


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