EudraVigilance Veterinary

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EudraVigilance Veterinary is the European data-processing network and database management system for the exchange, processing and evaluation of suspected adverse reaction reports (SARs) related to veterinary medicinal products authorised in the European Economic Area (EEA).

The standard terminology for EudraVigilance Veterinary is reviewed on a regular basis, considering comments from all stakeholders.

The Agency is increasing the degree of public access to the information stored in this database. For more information, see the access policy below.

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Access policy

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Document(s) Language Status First published Last updated Effective Date
EudraVigilance access policy for medicines for veterinary use (English only) adopted 08/07/2011   07/07/2011
Overview of comments received on draft EudraVigilance access policy for medicines for veterinary use (English only) adopted 26/07/2011    

Data surveillance

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Document(s) Language Status First published Last updated Effective Date
Concept paper for revision of the recommendation for the basic surveillance of EudraVigilance Veterinary data (English only) draft: consultation open 20/11/2015    
Adopted recommendation for the basic surveillance of Eudravigilance Veterinary data (English only) adopted 01/03/2011    
Draft recommendation for the basic surveillance of EudraVigilance Veterinary data (English only) draft: consultation closed 03/06/2010    
Concept paper for use of data in EudraVigilance veterinary (English only)   26/06/2006    

Veterinary Dictionary for Drug Related Affairs (VeDDRA) terminology

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List of species and breeds

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Document(s) Language Status First published Last updated Effective Date
List of species and breeds for electronic reporting of suspected adverse reactions in veterinary pharmacovigilance (English only) adopted 22/08/2006 30/06/2011 10/10/2011
List of species and breeds for electronic reporting of suspected adverse reactions in veterinary pharmacovigilance (English only) adopted 15/04/2004 30/06/2011  

Controlled terminology and data elements

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