Updated daily. A drug information application that provides peer reviewed, clinically-relevant information on drugs available in the United States, including off-label uses and dosages, herbal supplements, nutritional products, and new and investigational drugs. Features include drug interaction reports and drug identification searching.
Clinical Pharmacology CPMobile requires a personal access code for registration on the web, in preparation for using the service from your mobile device. You no longer need to e-mail Life Science Library staff to obtain an access code. Simply go to Clinical Pharmacology and choose the Off-site Access Icon. Use the form to request your CP Mobile code, including your UT EID in the Student/Faculty ID box. Clinical Pharmacology will send you an email with your access code and instructions.
Access to this resource is funded by the College of Pharmacy.
Updated daily. Provides full text access to point-of-care 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. The Databases and Clinical Applications correspond to the series of handbooks published by Lexi-Comp.
Provides high quality, evidence-based information on dietary supplements (including herbs, vitamins, and minerals), functional foods, diets, complementary practices (modalities), exercises, and medical conditions.
***After clicking the database link, you will see a box with 2 login options. Click the left option to login via IP authentication.***
Updated regularly. Contains pharmacopeial standards for medicines, dosage forms, drug substances, excipients, medical devices, and dietary supplements. It is a combination of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) with monographs for drug substances & preparations and the National Formulary (NF) with monographs for excipients. Dietary supplements and ingredients appear in a separate section of the USP.