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Lexi Comp Drug Information Handbook ((HOT)) Free 24



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Lexicomp Online is an Internet-based platform delivering time sensitive drug information on an easy-to-use interface - ideal for multi-user groups in a networked system. For group licensing information, please click the appropriate option button below.


Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products.


  • The Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index contains industry-leading pharmacology content from the Lexicomp Drug Information Handbook, plus Canadian and international drug monographs for use worldwide. Lexicomp multinational monographs feature robust information on drugs available on a more global basis, including information on dosages, dosage forms, naming conventions, and restrictions for regions in which they are used. The Lexicomp Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index follows a dictionary-like format, with drug products alphabetically organized and cross-referenced by brand names and index terms. More than 1,900 drug monographs, each offering up to 42 concise fields of pharmacology detail, are featured. Sold Out Add to wishlist Add to compare Twitter

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Book Title Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index, 26ed BY Lexicomp Type Textbooks - Pharmacology ISBN 9781591953623 Reviews The Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index contains industry-leading pharmacology content from the Lexicomp Drug Information Handbook, plus Canadian and international drug monographs for use worldwide. Lexicomp multinational monographs feature robust information on drugs available on a more global basis, including information on dosages, dosage forms, naming conventions, and restrictions for regions in which they are used. The Lexicomp Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index follows a dictionary-like format, with drug products alphabetically organized and cross-referenced by brand names and index terms. More than 1,900 drug monographs, each offering up to 42 concise fields of pharmacology detail, are featured.


Our SickKids Drug Handbook & Formulary is available for purchase and is the culmination of over 30 years of expertise in establishing evidence-based guidelines for medication use in children at SickKids. Written by over 50 pediatricians and allied healthcare professionals, the handbook features extensive information on drug selection and dosing recommendations for neonates, infants and children, and guidelines for drug usage and monitoring.


Lexicomp has partnered with SickKids to offer you access to the SickKids eFormulary Pediatric & Neonatal content which is available to add to a current institutional Lexicomp Online subscription. Users will receive unlimited access both online and through your institution's mobile site license. Stay current with new research and information through continually updated content. These guidelines are written by over 50 paediatricians and allied health-care professionals.


During the six-week distribution rotation, the pharmacy resident will develop an understanding of the drug distribution system in place at the hospital, which at SickKids is a computerized, unit dose drug distribution system. The resident will develop an understanding of an intravenous admixture service, including parenteral nutrition and chemotherapy and will gain an understanding of the principles involved in formulating paediatric dosage forms.


Included in this rotation is the preparation of a Drug Information Bulletin, a formulary drug review for the Drugs and Therapeutics Committee, a patient drug information pamphlet, and a journal club presentation.


The National Library of Medicine has established the Drug Information Portal as a convenient way to search for information from multiple sources on nearly 20,000 drugs. Individual databases searched and linked to are listed below, but you can enter your search once in the Drug Information Portal and all databases with results will be shown.


The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) website at the Food and Drug Administration contains information on drug approvals, labeling, side effects, equivalency, and withdrawals. Specific resources are listed below.


For more than 40 years ASHP has published the most trusted resource for injectable drug information. The new ASHP Injectable Drug Information now delivers the same quality of information you expect from ASHP, but expanded to deliver more information you need to make quick and actionable patient care decisions.


In general, drug information resources consist of individual drug monographs that are organized by sections, including (but not limited to) a product list, indications, administration and dosage, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, warnings/precautions, drug interactions, adverse drug reactions, toxicology, pregnancy/lactation, and clinical evidence.3-9 Dosing adjustments for special populations, including those who have renal or hepatic impairment, are typically provided at the end of the dosing section. Each monograph usually lists both US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved and off-label indications. Also, many electronic databases contain patient counseling information, Risk Evaluation Mitigation Strategies (REMS), do not crush lists, pronunciation guides, and tablet identifiers among other tools.3-5,7 These databases are usually updated daily or periodically throughout the month. In many circumstances, a list of updated content is included on the home page. Several drug information resources that are frequently used in pharmacy practice are briefly described in the following section.


Facts & Comparisons is a widely used drug resource by pharmacists, pharmacy benefit managers, manufacturers, and academic institutions that contains information on more than 22,000 prescription medications as well as 6000 over-the-counter (OTC) products.3 The print version, Drug Facts & Comparisons, is organized by therapeutic class and features tables and a monograph for each class. The electronic version, Facts & Comparisons eAnswers, also contains comparative drug tables, which are easily sortable and allow for the selection of specific sections to be viewed side-by-side. Individual drug monographs have separate tabs for different formulations of the drug, if applicable, and are organized into major sections. Other tools and references that exist within this resource are briefly summarized in Table 1.3


Clinical Pharmacology is a subscription- and web-based compendium containing monographs for prescription, OTC, and investigational medications, as well as nutritional and herbal supplements.5 One unique function of this database is the ability to generate various reports that focus on adverse drug reactions, product comparisons, intravenous (IV) compatibilities, and clinical comparisons. These reports allow users to create succinct drug lists or side-by-side comparisons of selected medications in a short amount of time. Additionally, the user can locate a drug, or list of drugs, by manufacturer, indication, precautions, adverse reactions, or national drug code (NDC). Additional tools and references that exist within this resource are briefly summarized in Table 1.5


The Drug Information Handbook is organized in a dictionary-like format and contains an alphabetical list of more than 1600 drug monographs.6 Although brief, each monograph includes up to 40 sections of information. The print copy has a useful appendix that contains treatment guidelines, clinical recommendations, comparison charts, and an index. The drug monographs are also available electronically through the subscription-based Lexicomp database, which has additional drug information tools that are similar to other online drug databases. These tools are listed in Table 1.7


AHFS DI is an electronic book, rather than a database, so it contains drug monographs without additional tools and functionalities8; it is also published annually in print.2 The drug monographs in AHFS are arranged by class and contain specific information about dosing in special populations and situations. US Congress has designated the AHFS DI as a resource to determine reimbursement for the unlabeled use of medications.2


The Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs: An Interactive Approach to Self-Care is a resource for OTC medications, nutritional and dietary supplements, medical foods, and complementary and alternative medicine.18 The text is arranged by disease state and content includes FDA indications and safety issues, market availability, product tables, treatment algorithms, case studies, and patient education information.18 Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database,19 Natural Standard,20 and the Review of Natural Products21 are specific references that focus on herbal products. The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database and Natural Standard have been combined and provide detailed monographs on herbal products, including relative safety and efficacy conclusions or evidence grades.2 The Review of Natural Products focuses on the chemistry and pharmacology of natural products but also contains several patient-focused sections. Free websites that one may consider recommending to consumers who request additional information about herbals include: Medline Plus ( _All.html)22 and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine ( ).23


Pharmacy personnel rely on websites that are frequently updated to keep up with a rapidly changing field. For example, many pharmacy personnel are faced with managing drug shortages. The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Drug Shortages Resource Center website ( ) is a comprehensive resource that lists drug shortages, updated management strategies, and therapeutic alternatives, when possible.26 The following FDA website also lists drug shortages and is a useful resource: 350c69d7ab


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