Get up-to-the-minute drug information instantly, anytime and anywhere, online or on your mobile device.
Lippincott’s Nursing Drug Advisor gives you immediate access to complete information on more than 900 generic drugs and more than 3,300 brand-name drugs. This online and mobile browser-based drug reference includes all the monographs in Nursing2012 Drug Handbook, plus additional monographs not found in the print book.
Weekly updates bring you more current information than you’ll find in any other drug guide.
What’s more, Lippincott’s Nursing Drug Advisor is the only nursing-focused reference that delivers weekly drug updates, including new FDA-approved drug monographs.
Lippincott’s Nursing Drug Advisor will ensure that you’re fully informed of the newest approved drugs, approved and off-label uses for drugs, and drug warnings. In addition to weekly updates—including new FDA-approved drug monographs—the program features:
• Robust search function by generic and trade names
• Dosage calculator available from opening screen and every drug monograph screen
• Stringent annual three-point accuracy review of every drug entry
• Special safety alert icons and highlights
- TALL MAN lettering
- Black Box warnings
- Overdose signs and symptoms
- Clinical alerts
- Look-alike — sound-alike warnings
Find the answer to any drug question at the touch of a fingertip
You can search easily by generic or trade name and find complete monographs derived from the top-selling Nursing2012 Drug Handbook and Lippincott’s Nursing Advisor. Each monograph includes therapeutic class, pharmacologic class, pregnancy risk category, available forms, indications, dosage, administration,
action, adverse reactions, drug-drug, drug-food, drug-herb, and drug-lifestyle interactions, effects on lab tests, contraindications, cautions, nursing considerations, and patient teaching.
The mobile program is compatible with current iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, Blackberry OS devices such as the Blackberry Bold, and with Android OS devices such as the Motorola Droid and Samsung Galaxy Tab, sold via multiple retail chains and wireless phone carriers including Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.