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Drug Reference Apps

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Drug Reference Apps

AccessMedicineProvides students, residents, clinicians, researchers, and all health professionals with access to more than textbooks including Harrison's, Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, and Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas.

KUMC users: Sign up for a MyAccess account. Once in AccessMedicine click on "University of Kansas Med Ctr" in the upper right corner - Click "Login or Create a Free Personal Account - Click "Don't have a MyAccess account?" - Fill out the "Create a MyAccess account" form - Click "Create account"

Davis's Drug Guideincludes drug monographs for thousands of medications from the new 14th edition update, regularly revised to keep you current. Quickly answer questions about dosing, administration and patient safety

iOS | Android | Blackberry

Drug Information PortalA mobile interface to information for over 31,000 drugs. Names, usage, and structures are displayed, as well as search links to key NLM and government sites, using their mobile version when available. Spell checking and auto-suggest are used during input.

Epocrates- Depending on version, this resource includes drug monographs, health plan formularies, drug interaction calculator, pill identifier, and alternative medications.

Also available in FEE version. iOS | Android

Medscape from WebMD- Medical reference tool from WebMD. Contains over 80 tables and protocols including workups, treatments, differential diagnoses and drug interactions.

iOS | Android

MobileMicromedexA group of mobile apps from Micromedex, the database of unbiased drug info that identifies ingredients for hundreds of thousands of commercial, pharmaceutical and biological substances.

KUMC users: Choose "Micromedex" from Clinical Reference Tools - Click grey "Micromedex 2.0" button - Click "mobileMicromedex - Follow instructions for "Internet Subscribers"

mobilePDRfree to all US prescribers* in full-time patient practice. Based on the trusted Physicians' Desk Reference® (PDR®), mobilePDR® is the most authoritative source for FDA-approved drug labeling information, now available for your mobile device or smartphone

iOS

Monthly Prescribing ReferenceeMPR allows you to search the entire database of over 4,000 concise Rx and OTC monographs. Also includes daily drug news and safety alerts, drug interactions, and clinical calculators

iOS | Android | Windows Phone

Natural Medicines Comprehensive DatabaseProvides recommendations and analyses for patient care, interaction data and ratings, safety and effectiveness ratings, and access to the comprehensive database.

iOS | Android

Pill Identifier by Drugs.comSearch by imprint, drug name, shape, and color, and find drug images, description/indication, pregnancy category, CSA schedule, strength and Rx/OTC availability. Connects to Drugs.com for additional information (where available). The more expensive Pro edition contains 7,000 images and additional information such as NDC codes, coating, clarity, and repackagers.

iOS | Android

PocketPharmacist: Drug Information and Medication Organizera compilation of drugs approved by USFDA, categorized by chemical class or therapeutic indication.

iOS only

Skyscape Rx Drugs- Skyscape offers Archimedes™ - Medical Calculator, RxDrugs™: Drug Dosing Tool and MedAlert™ for free with the download of the mobile reader.

iOS | Android