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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by TC2001, Oct 25, 2001.

  1. TC2001

    TC2001 Junior Member

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    Does anyone know good websites for looking up various prescription drugs and what they are used for?
     
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  3. catcher22

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    you could always do a google search for a site like that / or for specific info...you're bound to find something.
    google.com
    :cool:
     
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    DJ W.R. Senior Member

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    A great website that will give you quality pharmacological info...for FREE is www.gsm.com The site is owned by a company by the name of Gold Standard Multimedia. You have to subscribe or register, but it is well worth it. Enjoy :D
     
  7. RainaNoelle

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    Unfortunately Clinical Pharmacology 2000 (found by linking off the gsm.com website referenced above) is only free for a trial version now <wails horribly!> I used to use that website *constantly*, but they started charging for access earlier this year, even for students. :( It is without a doubt the best Rx database available though, and worth the $$ if you can afford it.

    The Dr. Koop Drug Checker is extensive and handy too, but not as up-to-date as Clin. Pharm. 2000. To me its the next-best-thing on the web though:
    http://www.drugchecker.drkoop.com/apps/drugchecker/DrugMain


    Not as complete is the Medscape DrugInfo page (although they are expanding it constantly): http://promini.medscape.com/drugdb/search.asp

    If you have a Palm Pilot, you might want to check out the palm program ePocratesRx as well...its a great free drug database:
    http://www.epocrates.com

    Hope this helps some!
    Raina
     

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