The PDR was updated recently to version 2002.
"Get access to just whatyou need at point-of-care: concise drug information, based on the FDA-approvedlabeling, on the most often prescribed drugs. Each monograph provides: brandname, generic name, manufacturer, DEA class, pharmacologic category, dosageforms, indications, dosage and administration, side effects, contraindications,interactions, warnings/precautions, and how supplied information. You can lookup a drug by Brand or Generic Name or by Therapeutic Class List. Our search also includes a built-inspell correction feature, so you can still find what you're looking for even ifyou don't know how it's spelled.
Each monograph in the 2002 Pocket PDR®includes the DEA class, manufacturer and generic name of the drug, plus six keytopics:
Indications and Usage
Warnings and Precautions
Dosage and Administration
Within a monograph, you canmove instantly between sections using our Quick Commands feature.
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