FDA Launches New Database on Drug Approvals

US - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has launched a new public-access database on animal drug approvals.
calendar icon 7 October 2008
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The FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has announced the availability of a new database of approved animal drugs. The database, called Animal Drugs @ FDA, is a publicly accessible web-based application available through the CVM home page.

Animal Drugs @ FDA replaces the 'Database of Approved Animal Drug Products' (or Green Book), a database that was previously developed and managed by the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM) Drug Information Laboratory at Virginia Tech.

The application allows users to search for detailed descriptions of all FDA-approved new animal drugs. The search tool not only allows users to conduct simple word searches, but is also capable of more complex searches through the following eight specific search criteria: NADA/ANADA, Sponsor, Ingredients, Proprietary, Dose Form, Route, Species, and Indication.

Under the Generic Animal Drug and Patent Term Restoration Act (GADPTRA), CVM will continue to make available electronic files of listed drugs previously provided through the Green Book on its web site.

Further Reading

- You can access Animal Drugs @ FDA by clicking here.
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