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Der Online-Service MedicinesComplete bietet einen integrierten Zugang zu zehn führenden Standardnachschlagewerken mit umfassenden Informationen aus den Bereichen Medizin und Pharmakologie, u.a. Martindale - The Complete Drug Reference, American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information (ASHP), British National Formulary (BNF), British National Formulary (BNF) for Children, Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients, Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, Stockley's Drug Interactions, Herbal Medicines, The Merck Index, Handbook on Injectable Drugs und Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis.
Abgedeckt werden insbesondere die Bereiche Arzneimittelinformation, Toxikologie, Chemische Analyse, Wechselwirkungen, Phytopharmakologie und Nahrungsergänzungsmittel. Die Suchfunktion ermöglicht die datenbankübergreifende Recherche in über 10.000 Arzneistoff-, Giftstoff-, Hilfsstoff-, Wechselwirkungs- und Drogenmonographien und liefert übersichtlich aufgearbeitete Ergebnisse. Ferner enthalten sind mehr als 100.000 Verweise auf Forschungsarbeiten, wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Berichte und Fallstudien. Die Teildatenbanken können auch einzeln oder paketweise abonniert werden. Updates: vierteljährlich.


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MedicinesComplete offers online access to some of the world's leading drug and healthcare references. The publications may be purchased individually or in combination.

The MedicinesComplete publications may also be purchased on CD-ROM for offline use on standalone PCs, in the small-network environment, or for hosting on an intranet. The British National Formulary is also available for use on PDA. In addition, MedicinesComplete titles are available in print format.

Martindale: The complete drug reference

Martindale: The complete drug reference has been a trusted source for medicines information for over 120 years. With its worldwide coverage and unbiased, reliable and evaluated information on drugs and medicines, Martindale forms the backbone of MedicinesComplete.

  • Encyclopaedic facts about drugs and medicines
    • Over 6,000 drug monographs including more than 200 herbal medicines
    • 124,000 preparations
    • 32,000 references
    • 12,000 manufacturers
  • Synopses of treatments for more than 660 diseases
  • Covers not only drugs and medicines used throughout the world but also herbal and complementary medicines, veterinary drugs, contrast media, diagnostic agents, radiopharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical excipients, poisons, essential oils, and many more

Martindale combines sections of evaluated text summarising relevant information for both licensed and unlicensed uses with referenced abstracts or reviews that expand upon the details given in the text or add additional information, if appropriate. The Martindale editorial team uses extensive literature surveillance and modern information retrieval techniques to review existing text and identify new areas of interest for inclusion. Given the increasing importance of evidence-based medicine, particular care is taken to identify, and where possible include as references, systematic reviews and meta-analyses or evidence-based guidelines.

American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information (ASHP)

Now in its 46th year, AHFS Drug Information includes thousands of point-by-point revisions and critical updates to help you provide the most accurate recommendations for your patients drug therapy.

Contains information from medical literature and expert advice from medical scientists, physicians, pharmacists, pharmacologists, and other professionally qualified physicians that goes beyond FDA-approved labeling.

Covering tens of thousands of individual drug products, monographs include: drug interactions; adverse reactions; toxicity; therapeutic perspective; specific dosage and administration information; preparations, chemistry, and stability; pharmacology and pharmacokinetics; contraindications; and more.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) is the 30,000-member national professional association comprising pharmacists who work with doctors and other health professionals in hospitals, ambulatory care clinics, and long-term care and home care facilities. ASHP's mission is to support pharmacists in helping people use medications safely and effectively.

Stockley's Drug Interactions

First published over twenty years ago, Stockley's Drug Interactions is still the most indispensable and authoritative international source of drug interaction information.

Based upon the many thousands of published clinical papers and reports, Stockley's Drug Interactions provides a series of detailed yet concise monographs designed for quick and easy reference. Each monograph contains a summary, clinical evidence for the interaction under discussion, its probable mechanism, clinical importance and management.

Individual interactions are assembled alphabetically into 28 sections, grouped therapeutically, pharmacologically or individually.

  • Over 2,500 drug interaction monographs incorporating nearly 13,000 references
  • Designed for quick and easy access to all the latest drug interaction data
  • International coverage
  • Tailored thesaurus allows selection of appropriate search terms
  • The world's most detailed and extensive source of adverse drug reactions covering prescribed, over-the-counter and herbal medicines, foods, drinks, pesticides and many drugs of abuse

Stockley's Interaction Alerts

Stockley's Interaction Alerts is based on the full text of Stockley's Drug Interactions. The wealth of information has been reduced into succinct two-part messages to provide a brief overview of the evidence behind the interaction and helpful guidance on how it can be managed in practice.

  • Allows instant review of possible drug interactions
  • Covers nearly 38,000 drug-drug, drug-alcohol or drug-food pairs
  • International coverage
  • Rating system easily identifies the depth of background information and gauges the potential severity of each interaction
  • Links to full text of Stockley's Drug Interactions
  • Invaluable and up-to-date, clinical decision making tool

British National Formulary (BNF)

Compiled with the advice of clinical experts, the British National Formulary (BNF) provides up-to-date guidance on prescribing, dispensing and administering medicines.

The BNF details medicines prescribed in the UK, with special reference to their uses, cautions, contra-indications, side-effects, dosage and relative costs.

Updated every six months, the BNF reflects current best practice as well as legal and professional guidelines relating to the use of medicines. It is intended for use by prescribers, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.

  • Designed for rapid reference
  • Authoritative, impartial and, where available, evidence-based advice on prescribing, dispensing and administering medicines
  • Updated twice a year to reflect promptly changes in product availability as well as emerging safety concerns and shifts in clinical practice

British National Formulary (BNF) for Children

BNF for Children (BNFC) provides essential practical information to all healthcare professionals involved in the prescribing, dispensing, monitoring, and administration of medicines to children.

It encourages the safe, effective, and appropriate use of medicines for the management of childhood conditions.

Information in BNFC has been validated against emerging evidence, best practice guidelines, and advice from a network of clinical experts. The text is published under the authority of a Paediatric Formulary Committee.

As many medicines are not licensed for use in children, BNFC includes authoritative advice on licensed as well as unlicensed and "off-label" use of medicines for children from birth up to the age of 18 years.

Herbal Medicines

The use of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) has increased rapidly over recent years and the global market for herbal products has risen dramatically.

Designed for healthcare professionals, Herbal Medicines addresses the issues of quality, safety and efficacy by providing scientifically rigorous, impartial, evidence-based, information on medicinal herbs.

  • 152 structured monographs detailing phytochemical, pharmacological and clinical aspects of herbal medicines
  • Enables the healthcare professional to advise on the rational and safe use of herbal medicines
  • Presents various appendices that group herbs with specific actions, and highlights potential interactions with conventional medicine
  • Written by experts, Herbal Medicines reliably informs on quality, safety, interactions and efficacy

Dietary Supplements

The international market for dietary supplements is growing rapidly. However, the use of vitamins, minerals and other products as dietary supplements is still controversial, particularly in relation to their safety and efficacy. Dietary Supplements provides a comprehensive, evidence-based guide to the safety and efficacy of the most commonly used vitamins, minerals and dietary supplements.

  • Contains structured monographs on 72 vitamins, minerals and dietary supplements
  • Presents the latest research findings on the therapeutic uses of these products
  • Covers international legislation
  • Reliably informs on efficacy and safety
  • Highlights potential interactions with conventional medicines

Pharmaceutical Excipients

Pharmaceutical Excipients is a comprehensive guide to the uses, properties and safety of pharmaceutical excipients and is an essential reference for those involved in the development, production, control and regulation of pharmaceutical preparations.

  • Collects together essential data on the physical properties of excipients
  • Scanning electron microphotographs included for many excipients
  • International coverage
  • Information on the safe use and potential toxicity of the materials is covered in 270 comprehensive yet accessible monographs
  • Written by over 100 pharmaceutical scientists expert in pharmaceutical formulation or excipient manufacture

Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons

Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons is intended for use primarily by scientists faced with identifying and quantifying drugs and poisons in body fluids, tissue samples and pharmaceutical and industrial products.

  • Over 1700 drug and poison monographs detailing physical properties, analytical methods, pharmacokinetic data, ultraviolet, infra-red and mass spectra, and therapeutic and toxicity data of drugs and poisons
  • 31 sections cover all practice areas and analytical procedures used in analytical toxicology including drugs and alcohol in driving, drugs in sport, workplace drug testing and postmortem toxicology
  • International in scope and coverage
  • Represents the combined knowledge of the analytical and forensic toxicology community no other drug analysis reference has the depth and breadth

MeReC Bulletins

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) is associated with MeReC Publications published by the NPC through a funding contract. This arrangement provides NICE with the ability to secure value for money in the use of NHS funds invested in its work and enables it to influence topic selection, methodology and dissemination practice. NICE considers the work of this organisation to be of value to the NHS in England and Wales and recommends that it be used to inform decisions on service organisation and delivery. This publication represents the views of the authors and not necessarily those of the Institute.

The Merck Index

The Merck Index is a world renowned reference source for chemical, pharmaceutical and biomedical information that contains more than 10,000 monographs, 28 supplemental tables, and 450 organic name reactions. For over 100 years, The Merck Index has provided critically evaluated, peer-reviewed, and authoritative information on compounds of significance in research, commerce, and environmental impact.

Broad subject coverage

Monographs provide descriptions of more than 18,000 substances across multiple scientific disciplines including:

  • drugs for humans and animals
  • organic chemicals used in research and manufacturing
  • plants and traditional medicines
  • natural products, toxins, and biologicals
  • agricultural chemicals, pesticides, and herbicides
  • food additives and nutritional supplements
  • fragrances, flavors, cosmetics, dyes, stains, and colors
  • Your index to chemical information

Each monograph provides a concise summary of a compound's activity and importance with data such as:

  • chemical structure depiction
  • molecular formula, weight, and percentage composition
  • physical properties and toxicity data
  • scientific and patent literature references
  • therapeutic and commercial uses
  • caution and hazard information

An extensive collection of synonyms includes:

  • chemical, common, and generic names
  • trademarks and associated companies
  • manufacturer codes
  • CAS Registry Numbers

Special collections

  • over 900 retired monographs archived from previous editions
  • the organic name reactions include reactions schema and key references
  • the therapeutic category index provides over 370 classifications hyperlinked to over 4000 monographs
  • the supplemental tables comprise a collection of hard-to-find biomedical and chemical information, for example acronyms, vaccines, amino acids, and radioactive isotopes used in medicine

Handbook on Injectable Drugs

The Handbook on Injectable Drugs brings together a wealth of information on 372 parenteral drugs commercially available in the United States and in other countries. The information is accumulated from 2623 references. The monographs have been completely updated.

The How to Use the Handbook in the preliminary text acquaint you with organization, content, structure, summarization strategy, interpretation of the information presented, and limitations of the published literature on which the Handbook is based.

The Handbook on Injectable Drugs is a collection of summaries of information from the published literature on the pharmaceutics of parenteral medications as applied to the clinical setting. The Handbook is constructed from information derived from 2623 references with the information presented in a standardized structure. The purpose of the Handbook is to facilitate the use of this clinical pharmaceutics research by knowledgeable health care professionals for the benefit of their patients. The summary information from published research is supplemented with information from the labeling of each product and from other references.

Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis

Stability-Indicating HPLC Methods for Drug Analysis is the only compilation of stability-indicating high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) analytical methods - 1,028 in all - that have appeared in the published literature. By turning first to this reference, analysts will avoid the tedium of lengthy literature searches. It may also help them identify suitable, previously validated stability-indicating HPLC methods and avoid conducting expensive and time consuming validations on methods of unknown applicability that may not prove to be stability indicating.

Key Features:

  • A compilation of 1,028 stability-indicating PHLC analytical methods that have been described in the published literature.
  • Information about 572 different drug entities presented in structured monographs containing 30 elements.
  • A more in-depth, extensive description of the HPLC analysis presented in the literature than the sketchy outline formats that have appeared elsewere.
  • Unique in focusing on stability-indicating HPLC methods, a specialised subset of all HPLC methodologies.

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