Watch the video to learn how to do Keyword Searches in FDAzilla or read the instructions below.
As an example of how to do keyword searches on the FDAzilla platform, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to perform a keyword search of FDA warning letters in our system. FDAzilla has about 15,000 warning letters in our database, and you can search for any term or combination of terms in those warning letters.
As an example, let’s search for “media fills”.
- Type media fills in the search bar and hit enter to see your search results.
There are 60 warning letters where media fills are listed.
- You can sort by date issued by clicking the arrow next do Date Issued
- To dig in further, click one – we chose ARJ Infusion Services in this example.
What you see here is the actual text of the warning letter.
- Use ctrl-f to search for media fills, you can see media fills are issued right here in the document.
- If you want to know more about this inspection or site, you can simply select Inspection Details or Site Details. In this example, we selected Inspection Details to see the inspection record.
The inspection record contains information about the site, including the site’s FEI number and the 483 that led to the warning letter.
FDAzilla has produced a keyword analysis of the 483, and you can see that media fills are mentioned in observation 1 of 3. Many other issues were encountered on this FDA inspection.
- Select highlight to highlight those other keyword areas.
This is the media fill citation in the 483. Unlike a standard FDA 483, the entire 483 has been retyped so you can copy and paste in and out of this document. Using FDAzilla, you can do word searches on all warning letters and on all 10,000 483s that we have in stock.