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The WHO Drug Dictionaries - Trusted for Drug Coding and Analysis White Papers

The WHO Drug Dictionaries - Trusted for Drug Coding and Analysis

WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) - Clinical The Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) is the most comprehensive and actively used drug coding reference work in the world. The information it contains helps ensure that clinical trial data is accurately coded, analysed, interpreted and reported. Most critically, WHO DDE meets the expressed need for a consistent drug dictionary and exact terminology when coding concomitant medications to accelerate submissions to national regulatory authorities.
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The WHO Drug Dictionary User Group As a subscriber to any of our products and services within the WHO Drug Dictionaries, you have access to the Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) User Group Portal. Here you will find User Guides, Best Practices, minutes and materials from User Group Meetings as well as information about the latest updates to the WHO Drug Dictionaries. Our Support team will always assist you with information about how we you can get the most from UMC products and services in your daily work.
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Standardised Drug Groupings (SDG) Subscribers to the Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) have many uses for the dictionary’s unique coding system for medicinal products, their active substances and their therapeutic effects.
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WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) The Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) is the most comprehensive and actively used drug coding reference work in the world. The information it contains helps ensure that clinical trial data is accurately coded, analysed, interpreted and reported. Most critically, WHO DDE meets the expressed need for a consistent drug dictionary and exact terminology when coding concomitant medications to accelerate submissions to national regulatory authorities.
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WHO Drug Dictionaries Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionaries and related services optimize the global coding, analysis and reporting of medical product information from clinical trials and within drug safety. Since all use the same working methods and terminologies, users can easily apply the drug coding principles across the whole series.
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