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You need medicine for a headache, and you find a mystery pill at the bottom of your parent's bag. Is your mystery medication appropriate to treat your aching head?
- What type of drug is your pill?
- What is your drug used for?
Merck Manual (Consumer)
First published in 1899 as a small reference book for physicians and pharmacists, the Manual grew in size and scope to become one of the most widely used comprehensive medical resources for professionals and consumers.
Facts & Comparisons eAnswers This link opens in a new window
Drug information; includes Trissel's IV compatibility, drug monographs, drug ID, orphan drugs, and clinical decision tools.
DRUG INTERACTION CHECKER
Find a partner. Compare your drugs with Micromedex's drug interaction feature.
Is there a drug-to-drug interaction? What may happen if someone takes both of your pills?
Micromedex Solutions This link opens in a new window
Information on drugs, diseases, and toxicology; includes drug interactions, IV compatibility, drug ID, drug comparisons, black box warnings, and a "do not confuse" drug list.