A guide to drug information resources for faculty, students and hospital staff pharmacists.
From the National Library of Medicine -- updates and additions to FDA Drug Label information.
A clinical, point-of-care drug information resource. Lexi-Drugs, the heart of Lexi-Comp, is a comprehensive database of over 1600 drug monographs, covering over 8000 medications. Also included: a drug interaction tool, a drug identification file and more.
- AHFS Drug Information (Through Stat!Ref)
Known as the "Big Red Book", AHFS Drug Information contains monographs for over 100,000 drug products. AHFS references are evidence-based and peer-reviewed.
- MD Consult - Drug Information
Drug information database provided by Gold Standard. Includes generic and brand name drugs, investigational medications, neutraceuticals, and nutritional products.
- Drug Points: USP DI (volume 1) (Through Stat!Ref)
Offers 1,400+ concise synopses on FDA-approved drugs, both prescription and non-prescription.
- Natural Standard
Database of complementary and alternative therapies and products. Includes systematic reviews of foods, herbs, supplements, vitamins and minerals. Monograph cover topics such as: safety, efficacy, dosing, adverse effects, precautions, interactions.
- Merck Index
From Merck & Co., an index containing monographs describing chemicals, drugs, amd biological substances. ChemDraw plugin required for structure searching. Free registration required to download plugin.
Online pharmacy information resource containing well-known textbooks, drug therapy cases with Q&A, "Drug of the Week" quizzes, and a NAPLEX review.
Popular titles include: Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics and Pharmacotherapy by DiPiro, among others.