Lexicomp® Drug Database
Lexicomp® Content and navigation to effectively and efficiently support your pharmacy teams around the globe
MEDICATION SAFETY IS IMPORTANT IN EVERY COUNTRY AND REGION
In countries around the world, clinical pharmacists are leading the way in helping promote safe medication decisions, reducing medication errors and harmful adverse drug events, and improving patient outcomes. Pharmacists leading these efforts can benefit from easily accessible, advanced medication information resources to help them research different treatments; support decision making regarding dosing, administration, warnings and precautions; and understand relevant clinical practice guidelines.
LEXICOMP DRUG INFORMATION CAN HELP
Wolters Kluwer has long been an industry-leading provider of point-of-care medication content in North America through its Lexicomp line of drug reference solutions. But it wasn’t always as useful worldwide. SO, WE EXPANDED OUR CONTENT! We have spent the last several years globalizing and expanding Lexicomp multinational content to provide the same valuable resource for clinical pharmacists worldwide. By synthesizing information about approved drug uses and clinical practice guidelines from countries around the world, the Lexicomp team has developed content that provides a local and global perspective to relevant evidence-based drug information for care delivery outside North America.
MEDICATION INFORMATION FOR YOUR WORLD
With Lexi-Drugs Multinational at its core, Lexicomp provides information to help promote medication safety that is not focused on any one country or region. The global content set allows practitioners to review a panorama of information about indications for use and precautions, along with practice guidelines and evidence supporting that information. It also includes unique ingredient monographs for drugs that are not available in North America.
OUR GLOBAL TEAM
The depth and breadth of content in Lexi-Drugs Multinational helps support established pharmacists and provides a valuable tool to help develop the practice of clinical pharmacy in areas where it is still an emerging discipline.
Our team partners with a clinician network of practicing pharmacists from a variety of regions. These pharmacists consult with and assist us in developing our content and provide feedback after reviewing completed monographs. Their clinical knowledge and practical experience enhances the quality of the Lexicomp information and further infuses it with important perspective from a variety of countries and regions.
Multinational content helps users around the world expand their knowledge, avoid patient safety risks, improve treatment outcomes, reduce readmissions and follow-up treatments, and advance the field of clinical pharmacy. Lexicomp multinational content quickly becomes an essential resource for health systems everywhere!
Reflecting Your Local Clinical Practice
Lexicomp provides localized drug names, multilingual searching capabilities, and more to help make medication research more efficient, user-friendly, and relevant, no matter where you are.
LEXI-DRUGS MULTINATIONAL CONTENT
Lexicomp drug information with a more global focus, including key dosage, use, and safety details on drugs available outside North America
Country-specific brand names
International generic drug names and variations for regions outside North America
Select your preferred interface language to help make navigating easier. While drug monograph text appears in English, menu options and other site navigation is available in:
• French (Canada)
MULTILINGUAL PATIENT EDUCATION
Patient education leaflets are available in up to 19 languages to supplement and reinforce your counseling to patients and caregivers about medication use and potential risks. The leaflets can help patients know when to follow up with prescribers, improve patient compliance, and avoid unnecessary readmissions and follow-up care.
Search functionality includes mapping to International Nonproprietary Names (INN), Brazilian Nonproprietary Names (DCB), and Japanese Accepted Names (JAN), allowing users to search for drug information in their native language – including languages with differing characters – and still receive relevant results. This includes searches typed in:
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