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  • noun Abbreviation of Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities; medical terminology used by regulatory authorities and the regulated biopharmaceutical industry, including adverse event classification.

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  • Experience with commercial databases and safety coding dictionaries MedDRA, WHOART, COSTART, etc.

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  • Familiarity with US/ICH regulatory safety reporting requirements/guidelines, safety database, and MedDRA coding

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  • Initiate MedDRA coding of adverse events in the safety database.

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  • • Understanding of medical coding processes, in particular use of MedDRA and

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  • EXTEDO PcVmanager is a drug safety management software solution based on the E2B and MedDRA standards that enables users to classify, create, review, submit, and maintain

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  • Provide timely and accurate medical evaluation of individual and aggregated safety data from pre - and post-authorization sources including correct MedDRA coding of adverse events from assigned cases

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  • • Understanding of medical coding processes, in particular use of MedDRA and

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  • EXTEDO PcVmanager is a drug safety management software solution based on the E2B and MedDRA standards that enables users to classify, create, review, submit, and maintain

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  • EXTEDO PcVmanager is a drug safety management software solution based on the E2B and MedDRA standards that enables users to classify, create, review, submit, and maintain

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  • Adverse events were classified by body system using the Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities (MedDRA), and tabulated based on the incidence, severity, and causality to study treatment.

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