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Online Nursing Drug Guide?

  1. 0 Does anyone know a website on or online Nursing Drug Guide? I need a quick and easy reference on the action, indication, and especially nursing considerations for specific drugs. Thanks in advance. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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  3. Visit  TazziRN profile page
    #1 1
    I go to drugs.com
  4. Visit  rnsandy57 profile page
    #2 2
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    [font=tunga]i subscribe to pepid to look up drugs.
    [font=tunga]they have [color=#333333][font=tunga]7,500 drug names, generics, otc, and herbals. [color=#333333][font=tunga]they also have a drug interactions generator and an iv compatibility tool which is very helpful at the bedside.
  5. Visit  onyx77 profile page
    #3 1
    drugguide.com
  6. Visit  rnsandy57 profile page
    #4 1
    To look at pepid site just type in www.pepid.com and try a free trial to see how easy it is to use the drug references.
  7. Visit  pagandeva2000 profile page
    #5 1
    Great thread and greater suggestions!!
  8. Visit  APBT mom profile page
    #6 0
    Davis Drug Guide's is drugguide.com. It has meds on it that the book doesn't have.
  9. Visit  onyx77 profile page
    #7 0
    Another good site is drugdigest.com. You can enter all your meds in and it will give you any interactions. It has some other stuff on it too, but I have only used this site to check for medication interactions. A valuable tool if you need to do any med audits!
  10. Visit  nyapa profile page
    #8 1
    I know a few but you need to have access to databases that suscribe - or subscribe yourself
    1.Micromedex from Thomson Databases
    2.Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference

    One that you can access without database access for free is
    1. www.medscape.com

    Hope this helps...
  11. Visit  Arianna_Marie profile page
    #9 0
    This is a a good website....
    www.rxlist.com
  12. Visit  NYLady profile page
    #10 0
    Although I use Davis Drugs for my PDA, which I update every few weeks, when I need quick info about a particular drug and I have a regular computer handy, I usually just google the drug name.

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