Physician's Desk Reference Now Available from Home

By Emily RSS Fri, October 13, 2006

The Free Library is pleased to announce that Library card holders can now access the online subscription to the PDR Electronic Library from home. You can search both the Physician’s Desk Reference and Stedman’s Medical Dictionary from home by logging in from home with your library card number and PIN. To access it, go to "Advanced Search" from any page on the Library's website and click on the "+" next to Health/Science resources. Click on the link for the "Physician's Desk Reference (PDR) Online".

“Familiar and firmly established, the PDR® is a staple with healthcare professionals everywhere. Whether in a pharmacy, clinic, physician office, or library, the PDR is a recognized resource for information on thousands of current FDA-approved drugs. This electronic version of the PDR gives you instant access to all the information contained in the PDR, the PDR® for Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements, and the PDR® for Ophthalmic Medicines. The [PDR Electronic] Library makes it easy to search and retrieve data on drug interactions, side effects, dosages, uses, contraindications, and more.” (official product description)

Disclaimer: The Free Library and its staff cannot offer medical advice. Please see a physician if you have questions about the content in this or our other medical resources.

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nice article thank u
jerome - usa
Sunday, July 12, 2009

The Physician's Desk Reference is an excellent reference not just for drugs, but also for natural dietary supplements like vitamins, minerals and fish oils.
Karen - Chicago
Sunday, January 10, 2010

Yup! Physician Desk reference are one of the reference that are very helpful especially to us pharmacist. We need these references to know more about medicines.
Mike - Philippines
Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The electronic version of the PDR that is now available from the Free Library includes the PDR for Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements. There is a separate PDR for Herbs that is not included, but it would be a nice addition. These supplemental guides are important because many patients now do their own health research and prefer natural health alternatives. The Free Library is providing an excellent resource for these patients. Many patients will self-medicate with medicinal foods and dietary supplements, and doctors are becoming more comfortable treating patients with natural health products. Karen - Chicago
Monday, January 18, 2010

This is very good news as I purchased my last hard copy some years ago and updated it using the most recent versions from the library. My next stop will be to find the site and subscribe if possible. This is not only a good reference source for those in healthcare, but for home use it can't be beat.
Danica - Seattle
Sunday, July 25, 2010

I wish I could get this as a reference guide for my I would love to add a link to the Physician Desk
fil - phoenix
Friday, October 22, 2010

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Monday, March 2, 2015

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Sunday, January 6, 2019