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The Drug Eruption Global Database on-line is the definitive guide to the drug eruptions and interactions associated with nearly all prescription medicines, as well as most commonly used over-the-counter medicines and herbal therapies.

The site is constantly updated and expanded as new reports are published across the whole field of medicine - it therefore represents the only authoritative and comprehensive resource available on drug eruptions. As a result, it provides the user with a reliable basis for the correct diagnosis and identification of agents responsible for dermatological reaction patterns.

Litt's Drug Eruption Reference Manual is a modern classic and each new edition is a feature of the medical publishing year. This latest edition is fully updated in its entries on well over 1,000 drugs, including new drugs and categories, making its information even more useful for readers.

Now expanded and updated, this 13th Edition of the most widely acclaimed resource for practicing dermatologists, primary care physicians, and hospital consultants, provides reliable, comprehensive and up-to-date, evidence-based information gathered from journal articles. This is the essential and authoritative guide to known adverse effects of newly-approved as well as commonly prescribed and over-the-counter drugs, herbals, and supplements.

Important features in this 2007 edition include:

- Fully cross-referenced by drug and trade names, with names of pharmaceutical companies plus indications, category, half-life, and interactions for every drug

- Over 1,000 adverse reactions - grouped under skin, hair, nails, eyes, cardiovascular, mucosal, and other

- New group of reactions this year - mucosal - includes balanitis, gingivitis, mucositis and vaginitis

- Alphabetic listing of more than 1,100 generic and over 6,000 trade name drugs, herbals and supplements

- Identification of potentially hazardous drug - drug and drug-herb interactions

- Citations of more than 35,000 references, up to October 2006

- Descriptions of 40 common reaction patterns

- Listing of drugs responsible for 109 common reaction patterns

- Comprehensive indexes for rapid look up by generic or trade name, or by category

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