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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by TC2001, Oct 25, 2001.
Does anyone know good websites for looking up various prescription drugs and what they are used for?
you could always do a google search for a site like that / or for specific info...you're bound to find something.
RxList Internet Drug Index
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
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:
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:
Hope this helps some!