The Clinical Data API provides multiple ways to search for drugs, so that you can provide the best method for your product.
Handle inventory management and medication tracking using ‘drug product code’ lookup by accessing product identifiers such as NDC, DIN, EMA, and RxNorm.
Input a list of medications to check for interactions. Each drug-drug interaction is classified by severity, and includes management information and references to scientific literature.
Each dataset includes detailed information about a drug, including the pharmacology, toxicity, and metabolism, and is updated daily.
Data downloads are available in multiple formats including JSON, XML or SQL to enable applications to work without an internet connection.
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This standalone module provides several useful ways to search and access the complete list of drug products available in a jurisdiction.
The Basic Drug List provides an autocomplete search where you can search by drug ingredient name, or drill down to specific attributes like route or dosage.
This module provides multiple search options and access to the complete list of drug products available in a selected jurisdiction (FDA, Health Canada, or EMA). It provides detailed descriptions and information about all available drug products. You can access several add-on modules that offer more advanced functionality.
Comprehensive list of indications and contraindications, including both approved indications and common off-label indications. Includes the type of indication or contraindication, the name of the condition associated with the indication, and associated ICD10 or MedDRA identifiers. This module also includes the ability to search by condition.
Get drug-drug interactions (DDI) and adverse effects for a product or ingredient, or find drug-drug interactions with a list of medications. DDIs include severity rating and a description of the interaction, and adverse effects include associated ICD10 or MedDRA identifiers. Adverse effects include incidence rates. The adverse effects are collected from clinical trial data, drug labels and post-market reporting.