FDA launches database animal drug approvals
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) launched a
database called Animal Drugs @ FDA.
The new database allows users to search for detailed descriptions of all
FDA-approved new animal drugs. "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 University.
The search tool allows users to conduct simple word searches, as well as
more complex searches using specific criteria that include: Ingredients, Dose
Form, Route, Species, and Indication.
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