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The seven resources included four electronic drug information databases (Clinical Pharmacology Drug Interaction Report [14], Facts & Comparisons eAnswers [15], Lexicomp Interactions [16], and Micromedex Drug Interactions [17]) and three print reference books (Drug Interactions Analysis and Management [18], Drug Interaction Facts [19], and Stockley's Drug Interactions [20]).
Studies were included standard drug compendia such as the BNF, the Vidal, the Micromedex[R] (Drug-Reax) program, the Drug Interactions Facts, the US Pharmacopeia Drug Information, the American Hospital Formulary Service Drug Information (AHFS), Stockley's Drug Interactions, Hansten's Drug Interactions Analysis and Management, German Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPCs), in printed or electronical form.
Additionally, Micromedex Drug Interactions and Lexicomp Interactions scored higher in terms of overall completeness and consistency when compared to Clinical Pharmacology Drug Interaction Report, Facts & Comparisons eAnswers, Stockley's Drug Interactions, Drug Interactions Analysis and Management, and Drug Interaction Facts.
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