ABDA-Database German SMPC Drug Dictionary in a nutshell
WHAT DOES SMPC STAND FOR?
The Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC or SmPC) is a specific document required within the European Commission before any medicinal product or biocidal product is authorised for marketing.
ABDA DATABASE GERMAN SMPC DRUG DICTIONARY
The ABDA Database German SmPC Drug Dictionary lists comprehensive information on original pharmaceutical products and generics available in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and other countries.
- check out all the structured data on Marketing Authorisation Holders´ (MAH) contact details in Germany
- check out the Marketing Authorisation Holders of more than 58.000 registered medicinal products in Germany
- Including active ingredients and their pharmacological and toxicological information, Clinical Particulars such as Interactions, Adverse Reactions, and Contra-Indications
- The Marketing Authorisation Holders Drug Dictionaries are updated twice a month
Pharma Industry, Pharma Trade, Health Insurance, Regulatory
Source: ABDATA PHARMA-DATA-SERVICE
This database can be accessed after purchasing the subscription package ‘Drug Dictionaries’ or ‘Premium’
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For me as Contract Research Organisation (CRO) the Marketing Authorisation Holder Drug Dictionaries are a big help to find SmPCs of the different MAHs in the authorised markets.
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We use the ABDA-Database German SMPC Drug Dictionary Medicines and International Medicines to offer our customers, in particular pharmacies and hospitals, international procurement opportunities for locally unavailable medicines (in Germany, for example, individual imports in accordance with §73.3 AMG). Thank you very much for your fast and good service!
List of content provided in the ABDA database German SMPC Drug Dictionary
ABDA Database – Medicinal Products
active ingredients including amount, additives
- ATC-Code (German and WHO)
Structure of dosage form
The dosage forms are allocated to certain structures. Therefore, medicinal products can be combined to integrative groups according to certain criteria. It is being differentiated between the aspect „what is within the package? “and structures of application „how is the drug to be applied?“
Storage and durability after opening
structured data for storage and durability after opening or preparation of a medicinal product
Standard advice sentences
- application advices and dosage
- lactation period
Monograph to finished dosage pharmaceutical products
comprehensive texts inform on
- application advices and dosage
- side effects
- stability period and storage
Structure of the information within the SmPC
What is not included in the EMA SmPC?
Detailed information on the scientific development, which is available in
the public assessment report
- Information in non-approved indication
- Because the MAH has not claimed the indication
- An indication has been claimed but data did not demonstrate a positive benefit risk of the medicine; withdrawal or refusal AR provide available data.
- Exception in the paediatric group; the Paediatric Regulation aims to improve the information regarding this subgroup by providing all information on clinically relevant trials
- Specific issue for which data is lacking
- General advice on the treatment of particular medical conditions
How is the information prepared?
Where to find more information?
- European Medicines Agency
- SmPC guideline http://ec.europa.eu/health/files/eudralex/vol-2/c/smpc_guideline_rev2_en.pdf
- Information on benefit-risk of medicines: patients’, consumers’ and healthcare professionals’ expectations http://www.ema.europa.eu/docs/en_GB/document_library/Other/2009/12/WC500018433.pdf
- Ask EMA (mail: email@example.com)
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