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Occupational Therapy Guide: Drug Databases
Find targeted resources for research and referencing
AusDI delivers rapid access to Australia's most comprehensive and up-to-date database of independent drug monographs, pharmaceutical company product information (PI), consumer medicine information (CMI) documents, product summaries, drug product images and Interactions and Safety monographs.
AMH provides a concise, up-to-date source of independent drug information to facilitate effective, rational, safe and economical prescribing and dispensing.
Includes 'class' information about types of drugs, 'monographs' on individual drugs including lists of commercially available forms and 'treatment' documents for some common diseases where drugs are an important part of management. Please note: Only three concurrent users can access AMH at any time.
AMH drug monographs can also be accessed via ClinicalKey
Available to James Cook University users only.
Limited to 3 concurrent users.
Currently, only one person can use this resource at any given time. Please log off as soon as possible to allow other users to log on.. Provides access to information on prescription and non-prescription medicines, new launches of medicines and current PBS information. Comes with decision support modules that are internationally referenced and continuously reviewed to indicate possible interactions between medicines, food, health conditions and patient allergies.
Formerly Natural Standard and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, Natural Medicine was founded by healthcare providers and researchers to provide high-quality, evidence-based information about complementary and alternative medicine including dietary supplements and integrative therapies. Grades reflect the level of available scientific data for or against the use of each therapy for a specific medical condition.
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