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What does some reports have the same safetyreportid?

Open Data Asked on September 30, 2021

I thought that safetyreportid is the unique identity of a report, but I found that some safetyreportid like "5390497-5" has two or three reports in openFDA when I search by API:

https://api.fda.gov/drug/event.json?search=safetyreportid:%225390497-5%22&limit=99

Could I ask why there are multiple reports with the same safetyreportid in openFDA?

One Answer

As indicated on the FDA FAERS page:

Duplicate and incomplete reports are in the system: There are many instances of duplicative reports and some reports do not contain all the necessary information.

This is one of those cases.

Answered by Denis Krylov on September 30, 2021

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