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WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE)

Published 20 December 2012 | By The Uppsala Monitoring Centre

The Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) is the most comprehensive and actively used drug coding reference work in the world. The information it contains helps ensure that clinical trial data is accurately coded, analysed, interpreted and reported. Most critically, WHO DDE meets the expressed need for a consistent drug dictionary and exact terminology when coding concomitant medications to accelerate submissions to national regulatory authorities.

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