Other guides on drug information with a different focus:
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- Drug Delivery
- Drug Metabolism and Disposition
- Journal of Pharmacology and Expiremental Therapeutics
- Pharmacological Reviews
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Books on drug information can be found in several places on our shelves:
Drug Therapies for specific conditions are also shelved in the section associated with that condition. Try searching the library catalog for keywords "drug therapy" and the condition you are interested in.
For example: "drug therapy" AND diabetes
- Cancer Drug Information - National Cancer Institute
This list includes more than 100 cancer drug information summaries from NCI. The summaries provide consumer-friendly information about cancer drugs and drug combinations.
- Drug Information - MedlinePlus
Health information for consumers. Learn about prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines. Includes side effects, dosage, special precautions, and more. Browse dietary supplements and herbal remedies to learn about their effectiveness, usual dosage, and drug interactions.
- Drug Information Portal / National Library of Medicine
Search for drug information, standard nomenclature, package inserts and more. Produced by the National Library of Medicine.
- Environmental Health and Toxicology - National Library of Medicine
Access to databases covering the biochemical, pharmacological, physiological and toxicological effects of drugs and other chemicals from the National Library of Medicine.
US Food and Drug Administration site for Regulatory information on drugs, medical devices, biologics, etc.
Drug information for breastfeeding, mothers and infants. Includes drug levels, toxicity information, and more.
- Natural Standard
Database of evidence-based info on complementary and alternative therapies, especially drug interactions with foods, herbs, and supplements.
AHFS Drug Information full text.
A current clinical reference providing answers on disease management and therapy. Includes Lexicomp's Drug Interactions program.