A Much Easier Way to Access and Use FDA Databases
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If you routinely access FDA databases, you know it’s a hassle searching multiple sites and matching the data up get a holistic view of the issue.
I think I found a solution and I’m inviting you along to discover it with me.
I suspected “Navigator” from Reed Tech made compiling and analyzing FDA data much easier.
After this live product demo (with questions from group members), I know it is. Just click to access the replay and slides.
Presenter Rachel Benway explained Navigator integrates more than six FDA databases:
- MAUDE (adverse event reporting)
- The FDA recall database
- Device approvals and clearances (for 510(k)s, HDEs, PMAs, and de novos)
- The product classification database and
- The GMDN database
In short, if you ever access FDA.gov databases – and for any reason, you’ll to watch this. This may save you so much time and effort.
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About Reed Tech
Reed Tech offers product and service solutions to help Life Sciences professionals gain control over their own and their industry’s data. Reed Tech smoothes the collection, transformation, submission and analysis of regulatory data for manufacturers and distributors of medical device and drug products, and for those who support them in consulting and IT roles.