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Package NDC Query
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Bill, Here's are two queries that might work for you: Against the openFDA NDC SPL Data Elements API https://api.fda.gov/other/nsde.json?search=package_ndc:52380-0001-3 Against the openFDA Drug ...

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using openfda.brand_name.exact:"Tylenol" case sensitive
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As you have observed, the brand_name.exact query term is case-sensitive. You can search on brand_name instead of brand_name.exact to construct case-insensitive queries. For example, these queries are ...

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API for searching Orphan Drug Designations and Approvals
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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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openFDA co-occurring adverse events
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Below is an example of a query against the openFDA drug event API that may be close to or approximate what you are looking to do. My query is offered just as an arbitrary example. You would have to ...

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openFDA - how do I get the brand name of a generic drug
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I don't think there is a currently available openFDA API that you can directly query and be guaranteed to get back - in a single record - a list of all possible brand names. In some cases, you may ...

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meds not appearing in FDA CDER or medical device DBs
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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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what is the difference between drugs@fda and openfda?
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There are at least two key differences between drugs@FDA and openFDA. A key difference relates to how the data in each is designed to be accessed. With OpenFDA, the primary way to access the data is ...

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How to decode the company number in the field `header$companynumb`
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According to the field-by-field reference page for the drug events API, "companynumb" is a self-assigned identifier. And I don't know of any lookup table that would enable you to decode a "companynumb"...

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Availability of data from 3 specific FDA web pages
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The lists on the three referenced pages are not available (as is) through an openFDA API. However, you can find some of the information on these page in openFDA. You can find information on the ...

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Difference between Recall Enforcement Report and Recall Report?
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Recalls and Recall Enforcement Reports are different datasets and serve slightly different purposes. Both datasets get updated on openFDA on a regular basis. What is a Recall: The FDA uses the ...

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Difference between Inspection Observation and Inspection Citation reports
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FDAcurious, You may find the following page on the FDA.gov site helpful: https://www.fda.gov/ICECI/Inspections/ucm250729.htm

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How can I get the PI Label "Highlights" (or page 1) of the drug's label
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The openFDA drug label API does not provide the "Highlights" as a separate or discrete item. The ordering of the data fields in the openFDA API results can and will vary. So, there is no "page 1" per ...

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