December 3, 2022

This unique resource allows the search of profiles for thousands of generic and trade name drugs, while also providing over 125,000 references that link directly to PubMed, enabling better diagnose and treatment of patients.

Reliable, international sources are used to regularly update the database with the latest developments in the field. This means that multiple new drugs and hundreds of new references are added each month, allowing you to benefit from up-to-date, accurate information that keeps you at the very forefront of your field.

Supported by thousands of peer reviewed references linking out to PubMed and containing anecdotal observed evidence, this database can dramatically expand your knowledge of your field. In addition, this easy-to-use website gives you varying search options to ensure you get the information you want as quickly as possible.

Each drug profile will provide you with a wealth of essential information, including:

— Synonyms
— Trade names
— Pharmaceutical company/companies
— Indications
— Category
— Half-life
— Drug-drug interactions
— Adverse reactions

This resource covers adverse reactions from all angles with information on skin, hair, nails, mucosal, cardiovascular, central nervous system, neuromuscular/skeletal, respiratory, gastrointestinal, endocrine/metabolic, hematologic, renal, genitourinary, otic, ocular, local and other. It identifies potentially hazardous drug-drug interactions, making it a resource that not only meets your needs as a busy physician but also one which, once you have tried it, you simply cannot live without.

The database was originated by Jerome Z. Litt from his annual Drug Eruptions and Reactions Manuals; it is now edited by Neil H. Shear, with the participation of Jerome Z. Litt.

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