The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Practice Guidelines are categorized by Antimicrobial Agent Use, Infections by Organ System, Infections by Organism, and Other Guidelines. Site also includes translations of practice guidelines in languages other than English.
Note: You will need to register for a FREE account.
Veterans Healthcare Affairs, in collaborations with the Department of Defense (DoD), has been developing clinical practice guidelines since the early 1990s. In 2010 the Institute of Medicine identified VA/DoD as leaders in clinical practice guideline development.
Collection of over 60 medical textbooks from McGraw-Hill, case files, diagnostic tools, self-assessment questions and patient handouts. Textbooks include Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, and Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. [NOTE: Only 5 users at a time can use AccessMedicine]
Collection of pediatric and neonatology textbooks, such as Rudolph's Pediatrics. Includes patient education, multimedia, and drug monographs with dosing information for children, neonates, and adults. [Only 5 users at a time can use AccessPediatrics]
Clinical reference resource with over 1100 medical ebooks, 600+ full-text journals from Elsevier, FirstConsult point-of-care monographs, procedural videos, drug monographs, practice guidelines, patient education handouts and more.
Expanded version of the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature with full text for over 1300 journals, plus evidence-based care sheets, legal cases, drug records, and more than 200 books.
Trissel's Stability of Compounded Formulations is the only book in print that provides a single compilation of all currently available stability information on drugs in compounded oral, enteral, topical, ophthalmic, and other specialized preparations.
Located at Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences.
USP–NF is a combination of two compendia, the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) and the National Formulary (NF). Monographs for drug substances, dosage forms, and compounded preparations are featured in the USP. Monographs for dietary supplements and ingredients appear in a separate section of the USP. Excipient monographs are in the NF.
If You Get Stuck
If you get lost using one of the resources, please contact: