Provided by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), this web site includes Food and Drug Administration (FDA) labels (package inserts) and medication content of marketed drugs.
|Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC): Public Technical Reports
Provides access to scientific and technical reports that convey results of Department of Defense sponsored research, development, and evaluation on a wide range of topics. Collection includes both citations and many full text documents from the mid-1900's to present. Formerly, Public Scientific and Technical Information Network (Public STINET).
Dermatology image database, sorted alphabetically by disease and also searchable. The database was produced by researchers at Loyola University and was last updated in 1997.
|DermIS (Dermatology Information System)
Contains information modules on common dermatological conditions. Also contains a comprehensive A-Z list of conditions, differential diagnoses and images. Provides links to a PubMed topic search. A comprehensive online resource for healthcare professionals and patients.
|Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD)
A joint project with the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine. Includes the full label contents for brands of dietary supplement products marketed in the United States. Provides information on ingredients and enables comparison of different brands. The database includes label information from products that are currently on the U.S. market as well as products that have been discontinued.
A website created to support a History of Medicine exhibition at the National Library of medicine, Dream Anatomy shows off the anatomical imagination from 1500 to the present.
|Drug Information Portal
Resource from the National Library of Medicine that provides patient-oriented drug information, including usage, warnings, dosage, adverse effects, and manufacturer's label. Also included are links to FDA information, clinical trials, articles in PubMed and toxicological journals.
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