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Drug Class


Drug Class

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The web site Epocrates online is a site that is very good for prescribers, nursing, students and even patients to look up their medication types, medication side effects, and drug interactions if they are receiving more than one drugs. This web site has prescription drug information for hundreds of drugs including on the counter drugs, It is available for registered members only, but it has a free trial period. The resources on this site are available for download to portable media devices like... More
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Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: November 02, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 05, 2015
Keywords: medication side effects, prescription durugs, Drug class, on -the-counter medications, diseases


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Primary Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional
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Avatar for Therese Doan
1 year ago

Therese Doan (Faculty)

The Go to material link for Drug Class lead to the Epocrates Online website which requires a paid subscription in order to get the needed information. I am not sure how to create a learning exercise for students using this link. What are your suggestions?

Avatar for Frida Elangwe-Ituka
3 years ago

Frida Elangwe-Ituka (Student)

I submitted this information because I find it very pertinent for nurses, prescribers and patients to use as handy materials when taking drugs, prescribing or administering drugs