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What are the 8 resources of tertiary literature that contain General Information?
1. American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information
2. Drug Facts and Comparisons
3. USP DI
4. Mosby's Drug Consult
5. Micromedex
6. Physician's Desk Reference
7. Drug Information Handbook(Lexi-comp)
8. Red Book
What are the 6 resources of tertiary literature that contain information on Pharmacotherapy/Internal Medicine?
1. DiPiro's (pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach)
2. Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs (Koda-Kimble)
3. Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
4. Cecil Textbook of Medicine
5. UpToDate
6. The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy
What are the the 2 tertiary resources for Drug Interactions?
1. Hansten and Horn's Drug Interaction Analysis and Management
2. Drug Interaction Facts
What is the tertiary literature resource for Adverse Drug Reactions?
1. Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs
What are the 2 types of tertiary literature that provide information on Compatibility/Stability?
1. Handbook on Injectable Drugs (prev. Trissels)
2. Kind Guide to Parenteral Admixtures
What is the tertiary resource that provides informaiton on Pharmacology?
1. Goodman and Gilman's: The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics
What are the 2 tertiary resources that provide information on Compounding and Pharmaceutics?
1. The Merck Index
2. Remington: The Science of Practice and Pharmacy
What are the 2 types of tertiary literature that provide information on Pharmacokinetics?
1. Basic Clinical Pharmacokinetics (Winter's)
2. Applied Pharmacokinetics and dynamics: Principles of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
What are the 3 types of tertiary literature that provide information on Drug Identification?
1. Identidex
2. Lexi-Drug ID
3. American Drug Index
What are the 2 types of tertiary literature that provide information on Foreign Drug Identification Resources?
1. Martindale: the complete Drug Reference
2. Index Nominum: International Drug Directory
What are the 2 tertiary literature resources for Pediatrics?
1. The Harriet Lane Handbook
2. Pediatric Dosage Handbook
What are the 2 tertiary resources for information on Pregnancy and Lactation Resources?
1. Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation (Briggs)
2. Reprorisk
What are the 2 tertiary literature that provides information on Non-prescription (OTC) resources?
1. Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs:An Interactive Approach to Self-care
2. PDR for Non-prescription Drugs, Dietary Supplements, and Herbs