Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities (MedDRA) Information

Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities (MedDRA) requires authorization to gain access to the secure location of the MSSO website. The User ID and Password provided below are licensed for current students, faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison ONLY. Unauthorized use is prohibited.

User ID: 17230
Password: 8Vw697fB

Change Request ID (CRID): 499nXivK

MedDRA Basics

http://www.meddra.org/basics

Please visit this page and get familiar with MedDRA. It provides valuable basic information about your MedDRA subscription and reference tools.

MedDRA Browser

https://www.meddra.org/software-packages/Browser

The MedDRA Browser is a complimentary software application. The MedDRA Browser provides a graphical display of the MedDRA terminology; the ability to “drill down” to the Lowest Level Terms (LLTs); the ability to view Standardised MedDRA Queries (SMQ) content; and has a very flexible search capability. The MedDRA Browser is Windows compatible; it is intended for download on individual work stations only.

MedDRA Web-Based Browser

https://www.meddra.org/browsers

The MedDRA Web-Based Browser will enable you to view and search MedDRA in a hierarchical view in the version and language of your choice as well as viewing and searching the Standardised MedDRA Queries (SMQs).

To access the MedDRA Web-Based Browser, you will need your Username and MedDRA Web-Based Browser Password:
Username: 17230
MedDRA Web-Based Browser Password: 8Vw697fB

Unzip Passwords

Unzip Passwords enable you to extract the MedDRA Release files from the MSSO Web site onto your computer. The Unzip Passwords are case sensitive. Please remember that Unzip Passwords are also version and translation specific.

Unzip Passwords for MedDRA Version 22.0 (current version; March 2019):
English and all non-Japanese translations: EmCJU@#$

Unzip Passwords for MedDRA Version 21.1 (previous version):
English and all non-Japanese translations: E2#bM5$J

Help and Questions?

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