WHO Drug Overview

WHO Drug is a dictionary of medicinal product information. It is used to identify drug names and provides information about a drug's active ingredients and its therapeutic use(s).

WHO Drug is the de-facto standard within the biopharmaceutical industry for classifying drugs, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, herbal remedies, blood products, and biotech products.

ThesIS coders have years of experience coding with WHO Drug.

Our coders have extensive experience with all of the WHO Drug formats and are intimately familiar with the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the dictionary.

We have a practical strategy for effective coding, analysis, and reporting using WHO Drug. We know how to implement WHO Drug fully across your company, encompassing clinical trials as well as drug safety.

We can keep you up-to-date with the ever-changing drug market.

The drug market is continually changing, with new drugs constantly being introduced and existing drugs being re-formulated.

ThesIS's innovative WHO Drug versioning service can quickly and cost-effectively update your data as new WHO Drug versions are released. We help you get the maximum value from your WHO Drug subscription.

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