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Advanced Conditions in Argus Safety

Advanced conditions in Argus Safety are a powerful feature that allows users to create complex search criteria to filter adverse event cases. Here’s an overview of advanced conditions in Argus Safety:

  1. Boolean Logic: Argus Safety supports Boolean logic, enabling users to create complex conditions by combining multiple criteria with AND, OR, and NOT operators.
  2. Field Selection: Users can select from a wide range of fields to create their conditions, including case information, adverse event details, medical history, product information, and more.
  3. Comparative Operators: Argus Safety supports a variety of comparative operators, such as equals, not equals, greater than, less than, contains, starts with, and ends with.
  4. Date Fields: Argus Safety includes a range of date fields, enabling users to create conditions based on date of onset, date of report, date of assessment, and more.
  5. Case Relationships: Argus Safety allows users to create conditions based on case relationships, such as finding cases that are part of the same event cluster, are duplicates, or have been linked to a specific case.
  6. Custom Fields: Users can create custom fields to capture additional information and use them as search criteria in advanced conditions.

Overall, advanced conditions in Argus Safety are a flexible and powerful tool that enables users to create complex search criteria and quickly identify the relevant cases from the database, making it easier to perform signal detection, trend analysis, and other data-driven safety activities.

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