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Number of 18 month, ten thousand patient reviews initiated in the month, New Molecular Entity (NME)

Dictionary: Once a drug has been approved for 18-months or has been used by 10,000 patients, whichever is later, a summary analysis of the adverse drug reaction reports received for the drug, including identification of any new risks not previously identified, potential new risks, or known risks reported in unusual number.


These measures has been retired as CDER has created new measures for FY13 which align to their four functional areas of 1) Regulatory Review and Drug Safety, 2) Drug Quality and Compliance, 3) Transparency and Public Outreach, and 4) Regulatory Science Research.

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2009N/A0
Nov 2009N/A0
Dec 2009N/A0
Jan 2010N/A0
Feb 2010N/A1
Mar 2010N/A0
Apr 2010N/A0
May 2010N/A0
Jun 2010N/A1
Jul 2010N/A1
Aug 2010N/A0
Sep 2010N/A0

Number of 18 month, ten thousand patient reviews initiated in the month, non-NME

Dictionary: Once a drug has been approved for 18-months or has been used by 10,000 patients, whichever is later, a summary analysis of the adverse drug reaction reports received for the drug, including identification of any new risks not previously identified, potential new risks, or known risks reported in unusual number.

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2009N/A3
Nov 2009N/A2
Dec 2009N/A1
Jan 2010N/A1
Feb 2010N/A2
Mar 2010N/A2
Apr 2010N/A1
May 2010N/A1
Jun 2010N/A3
Jul 2010N/A1
Aug 2010N/A2
Sep 2010N/A0

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