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Drug Resources: Drug Monographs

This guide lists a variety of resources that MSU students, staff, and faculty can use to research pharmaceuticals. It includes both MSU licensed products and free, vetted, online resources.

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Definition

A drug monograph is a text that specifies for a drug (or class of related drugs) its classification, dosage, administration route, ingredient name, proprietary name, potency, indications, contraindications, use in children/adults/geriatric populations, warnings, and other labeling and dispensary information.

This tab includes resources that have drug monographs for prescription and over-the-counter medications and herbs and supplements.

Print Reference Books in the MSU Main Library

Electronic Reference Books

MSU Licensed Databases

Although MSU Libraries does not subscribe to the pharmaceutical databases LexiComp or Micromedex, many of our current database resources have drug information in them. The scope and number of drugs in each product differs and we suggest searching a few different databases and using both the generic and trade name for a drug to find the best results.

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Online Resources: General Information from the National Library of Medicine

Online Resources from Regulatory Agencies

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