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Comprehensive Drug Information
A collection of drug information resources including drug monographs, an interaction checker, patient education materials, toxicology information, drug pricing information, and other clinical tools.
A collection of drug information resources including drug monographs, an interaction checker, patient education materials, and other clinical tools.
Facts & Comparisons
A collection of drug information resources including product availability, drug identification tool, calculators, and other clinical tools.
The most comprehensive collection of natural products information. Includes substance monographs, interaction checker, patient education materials, and more.
Lexi-Comp for Dentistry
Similar resources to Lexicomp Online, but focused on dental information.
Search information on FDA approved drug products.
NLM Drug Information Portal
Quick access to information on over 70,000 selected drugs
The Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations. Identifies therapeutic equivalence for approved multisource prescription drug products.
Identify unknown pills based on appearance, or look up visual characteristics of known drugs.
Developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) with quality information about marketed drugs including FDA labels (package inserts) and medication content.
LactMed (Drugs and Lactation Database)
Find information about the effects of drugs and other substances on breastfeeding.
Find detailed information about drugs, including targeting mechanisms, international availability, and pricing.
Finding Drug Information in the Literature
Sometimes complex drug information questions can't be answered by consulting the reference sources listed above. This is often the case for compounded drugs or very rare drugs or diseases. For these questions, you will need to consult primary research articles, which can be found in the below databases:
PubMed is a large database of biomedical literature maintained by the National Library of Medicine. In addition to the main search bar, there is also a tool called Clinical Queries that helps you quickly access relevant clinical research such as clinical trials and systematic reviews.
Embase is a large database of biomedical literature and has many different search tools. The PICO search is particularly useful for clinical searching, as are the Drug and Disease search tools.
International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
Contains pharmaceutical literature, including clinical drug information, pharmacy practice, and legal aspects of pharmacy and drugs. Comprehensive information is included for drug therapy; toxicity; technology; pharmacy practice; biopharmaceuticals; and ethics, as related to pharmaceutical science and practice. Produced by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. 1970 to present. Updated monthly.
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