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This app serves as a valuable tool for visualizing and analyzing serious adverse drug events (ADEs) associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) treatments.

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Users can explore the relationships between various drug classes, individual drugs, and adverse events through interactive network visualizations. The application allows users to select different views, such as drug classes, individual drugs, or specific adverse events, enabling focused analysis tailored to their research interests. By leveraging this application, researchers, healthcare professionals, and pharmaceutical companies can gain insights into potential drug safety issues, identify patterns, and make informed decisions to improve patient outcomes in IBD treatment.

See owner's GitHub repository for more information:

Silverman, A. L., Sushil, M., Bhasuran, B., Ludwig, D., Buchanan, J., Racz, R., Parakala, M., El-Kamary, S., Ahima, O., Belov, A., Choi, L., Billings, M., Li, Y., Habal, N., Liu, Q., Tiwari, J., Butte, A. J., & Rudrapatna, V. A. (2023). Algorithmic identification of treatment-emergent adverse events from clinical notes using large language models: a pilot study in inflammatory bowel disease. medRxiv, 2023.09.06.23295149.

This application was not uploaded by the author, but through their publicly available Github repository,


Warning: Not intended for clinical use. Assume outputs are unsafe and unvalidated. Use carefully.

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