Martindale and ADR Checker Databases are now Available on Trial
We are pleased to inform you that Martindale & ADR Checker databases are now available on trial at the Al Maktoum Medical Library starting from 18th January, 2020 until 17th February, 2021. Database is accessible to MBRU students, faculty and staff.
Both databases are available on MedicinesComplete platform.
Martindale provides practical, evidence-based, global guidance, allows user to quickly understand the characteristics of drugs and other pharmaceutical substances and their clinical uses.
- Over 7,500 monographs
- Over 275,000 preparations
- More than 54,000 references
- Updated quarterly
- Multi-lingual coverage, including synonyms, drug and chemical identifiers, chemical formulae, structures and pharmacopeial standards
- Expertly curated data on over 248,000 medicines provides an unparalleled, consolidated database of preparations
- Collates the full range of published literature covering regulatory, historical, unlicensed, experimental and anecdotal uses providing the world’s largest catalogue of drug use, both adverse and beneficial
- Concise and accurate information on herbals, diagnostic agents, radiopharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical excipients, toxins and poisons
About Martindale’s ADR Checker
Martindale’s ADR Checker provides comprehensive yet concise, clinically-useful information on adverse drug reactions to support healthcare professionals when managing patients with such reactions. Answers to adverse reaction queries can be found quickly and easily, and the format tailored to individual needs.
- Comprehensive and powerful search functionality allows you to quickly search and
- compare drugs, with filters and sorting options alongside a severity flag system.
- Snapshot management categories enable quick decision making at point of care.
- Standardized controlled vocabulary of adverse drug reactions.
- Easily click through from the management advice to brand new ADR profiles in Martindale for more in-depth research, all evidence graded and fully referenced to give you the utmost confidence.
- Red flags for severe ADRs help you quickly identify what could harm your patient.