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Medical Mobile Apps: Drug Information

Drug Information

Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology

Provides drug reference solution on indications, interactions and adverse effects. Go to Clinical Pharmacology and click on CP Mobile App to register and receive a user name and password.


Epocrates

Provides drug prescribing and safety information and potentially harmful drug-drug interactions.


The Medical Letter

Provides critical appraisals of new prescription drugs and comparative reviews of drug classes. Go to Medical Letter and click on Mobile Apps to register first.


Micromedex Drug Interaction

Provides information on the potentially harmful interactions of drug and severity ratings. Go to Micromedex and click on Download Mobile Apps to get the password.


Micromedex Drug Reference

Provides on-the-go access to the Micromedex drug information. Go to Micromedex and click on Download Mobile Apps to get the password.


Micromedex IV Compatibility

Provides information on the compatibility of IV medications. Go to Micromedex and click on Download Mobile Apps to get the password.


Micromedex NeoFax Essentials (New)

Provides evidence-based drug information to safely manage drug therapy for neonatal patients. Go to Micromedex, open NeoFax/Pediatrics and click on the Mobile link on right corner to get the password.


Micromedex Pediatrics Essentials (New)

Provides evidence-based drug information to safely manage drug therapy for pediatric patients. Go to Micromedex, open NeoFax/Pediatrics and click on the Mobile link on right corner to get the password.


Hong Kong Drug Information

MIMS Hong Kong

Provides update information of drugs in Hong Kong. Register for an account at MIMS first.


Hong Kong Chinese Materia Medica Standards Volume 1

A bilingual standard provides reference on safety and quality standards of some Chinese herbs commonly used in Hong Kong.


IMPACT

A reference tool developed by the Centre for Health Protection for medical and health professionals in reinforcing the appropriate use of antimicrobial drugs.


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