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Welcome to the Loyola-Notre Dame Library. On the following pages, you will see databases, ebooks, and journals that are available for you to use. Please take the time to review the policies for use of library databases by NDMU School of Pharmacy Preceptors.
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Drug Information Databases
A comprehensive database collection which contains resources on drug information, alternative therapies, emergency medicine and protocols, toxicological management, and patient care handouts. It is used to support clinical decision-making and high-quality patient care.
Provides point-of-care drug information from 13 clinical databases and 4 clinical applications. Databases include Lexi-Drugs, Pediatric Lexi-Drugs, and Geriatric Lexi-Drugs as well as Clinician's Guides to Diagnosis, Internal Medicine and Laboratory Medicine. Clinical Applications include drug interactions, tablet & capsule identification, medical calculations and patient advisory leaflets.
Facts & Comparisons eAnswers
Provides information on drugs, drug interactions, natural medicines and drug news updates, and also contains handouts for patient education, counseling, and drug therapy management.
Drug compendium to fulfill the drug reference requirements for licensed pharmacies and to determine the appropriate use of drugs and biologics for cancer patients.
Note:For full access, first register for an account. Then, send an e-mail to email@example.com indicating that you have registered and require a link for full access.
Evidence-based resource that provides information on complementary and alternative medicines, including summaries on the safety, effectiveness, and adverse effects of natural medicines. It also allows users to check interactions between natural medicines and conventional drugs.
Dynamed Plus is a point-of-care reference resource useful for our Nursing and Pharmacology students. Founded with a mission of providing the most useful information to healthcare professionals at the point-of-care. Thus DynaMed looked to the community and was developed with the help of clinicians to synthesize evidence and give easy-to-digest analysis for thousands of topics.
Pharmacy and Medical Databases
Health & medical information primarily from MEDLINE.
Health & medical citations & abstracts (1990-present).
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Contains detailed, structured reviews by groups of experts in over 40 clinical specialties who authoritatively review hundreds of studies on topics in their specialty, select those that meet strict EBM criteria, and perform "meta-analyses" when possible on all the included studies.
Is a registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details.
Is a repository of journals and full-text articles. Run by Stanford University Libraries.
Note: If the full-text of the article is not available in HighWire, go to the Journals tab on the library homepage
and see if you can get the article through the library.