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Production Indication Not Auto-Populated in the Products Tab for a Study Drug That Has a Primary Indication in Console (Doc ID 2930137.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Argus Safety - Version 8.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Product Indication is not auto-populated in the Products Tab for a study drug even though the product has a Primary Indication in Console.  

This occurs for a study with 2 products when one of the products has a Primary Indication configured in Console and the other one does not. 

When the Study Drug with a Primary Indication is selected in the case, there are no records created in the Products tab > Product Indication section.

For example:

Product Family = ProdFamily1
    Ingredient Name = PARACETAMOL
Product = Pre-Treatment
    Dosage Formulation = N/A
    Primary Indication = null
    Manufacturer = Unknown

Product Family = ProdFamily2
    Ingredient Name = N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
Product = ABC-1234
    Dosage Formulation = Film
    Primary Indication = Rash
    Manufacturer = Oracle

Study Name = ABC1211
Product1 = Pre-Treatment (N/A / / ) -- this product has no Primary Indication
Product2 = ABC-1234 (Film / / ) -- Primary Indication = Rash

Create a case for study = ABC1211
In the Case Form > Products tab:
    Product Name = ABC1211
    Manufacturer = Unknown
    Dosage Formulation = N/A
    Study Drug = null
    Substance Information = PARACETAMOL
    Product Indication section has no records
This is expected because Product 'Pre-Treatment' (Ingredient = PARACETAMOL) has no Primary Indication.

In the Case Form > Products tab, select Study Drug = 'ABC-1234, Film' from the drop down list.
Substance Information changes to N-BUTYL ALCOHOL.
The Product Indication section has no records, but Product 'ABC-1234' (Ingredient = N-BUTYL ALCOHOL) is configured with Primary Indication = Rash.


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