DailyMed is the National Library of Medicine (NLM)'s comprehensive, searchable database of medication content and labeling for prescription and nonprescription drugs for both human and animal use, as found in FDA-approved medication package inserts.
Drugs@FDA provides one place where you can search for official information about FDA approved brand name and generic drugs. The main uses of Drugs@FDA are: Finding labels for approved drug products. Finding generic drug products for a brand name drug product. Finding therapeutically equivalent drug products for a brand name or generic drug product. Finding consumer information for drugs approved after 1998. Finding all drugs with a specific active ingredient.
Provides drug information by drug name or by condition for the public and professionals. Covers "Care Guide", "Drug Interactions", "Pill Identifier", and "Image Search" sections, and offers the latest news on drugs.
Geared to the healthcare practitioner and nursing mother, LactMed is a free online database with information on drugs and lactation. It includes information such as maternal levels in breast milk, infant levels in blood, potential effects in breastfeeding infants and on lactation itself, the American Academy of Pediatrics category indicating the level of compatibility of the drug with breastfeeding, and alternate drugs to consider.
A free online tool to help identify generic and brand name prescription drugs by imprint, shape, color, form, and scoring. The database includes more than 10,000 tablets and capsules.
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Presents a database of approved drug products with therapeutic equivalence evaluations, provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Allows users to search via active ingredient, proprietary name, application number, or applicant holder.
PubChem contains the chemical structures of small organic molecules and information on their biological activities. PubChem includes substance information, compound structures, and bioactivity data in three primary databases, PCSubstance, PCCompound, and PCBioAssay, respectively. PubChem is integrated with Entrez, NCBI's primary search engine, and also provides compound neighboring, sub/superstructure, similarity structure, bioactivity data, and other searching features.