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AHFS Supplemental File Medi-Span

9/22/2014
07:10 | Author: Caitlin White

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AHFS Supplemental File Medi-Span

The American Hospital Formulary Service (AHFS) publishes the AHFS Select a database below for more information or view the database overview.

The American Hospital Formulary Service (AHFS) publishes the AHFS Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classification codes used throughout the health care industry as means for drug classification.

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The AHFS Supplemental File provides links between these eight-digit codes and Medi-Span’s Generic Product Identifier (GPI) and the National Drug Code with the AHFS code description.

In 2004, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) expanded the AHFS codes from six to eight digits, enabling the use of more specific sub-groupings of certain drugs along therapeutic and pharmacologic lines.

The AHFS Supplemental File is the only Wolters Kluwer Health data source for AHFS Code descriptions.

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AHFS-Essentials-Details - Lexicomp

7/21/2014
05:20 | Author: Caitlin White

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AHFS-Essentials-Details - Lexicomp

Derived from the more extensive and detailed AHFS Drug Information, the AHFS DI Essentials database is designed to offer healthcare professionals quick.

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Derived from the more extensive and detailed AHFS Drug Information, the AHFS DI Essentials database is designed to offer healthcare professionals quick access to critical knowledge at the point-of-care.

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Derived from the more extensive and detailed AHFS Drug Information, the AHFS DI Essentials database is designed to offer healthcare professionals quick access to critical knowledge at the point-of-care. Nurses, doctors, and pharmacists alike will benefit from this concise, yet comprehensive information on prescription and key OTC drugs in an easy-to-use, highly structured outline format.

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Database and Module

5/20/2014
03:30 | Author: Caitlin White

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Our most extensive database, Lexi-Drugs provides clinicians in-depth Search this database, and link directly to AHFS drug monographs from within.

Powered by Medi-Span data, clinicians have access to more than 13,00 unique images and nearly 58,000 unique imprints to help identify medications. Link to full drug monographs and additional support content when necessary. Lexi-Drug ID helps clinicians quickly identify unknown medications based on imprint, dosage form, shape and color.

As part of Wolters Kluwer Health, Lexicomp and Facts & Comparisons have partnered to offer hospital-specific components of Facts & Comparisons. Learn more. Now, physicians and pharmacists can utilize this content directly from Lexicomp Online, allowing clinicians to compare any two drugs in a side-by-side table.

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List of AHFS Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classifications

3/19/2014
01:20 | Author: Caitlin White

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List of AHFS Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classifications

List of AHFS Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classification. Drug terms in the IPA database are classified according to the categories established in the American.

86.16 Respiratory smooth muscle relaxants 88.00 Dietary supplements 88.00 Vitamins 88.04 Vitamin A.

68.20.08 Insulin human zinc.

68.20.08 Insulin zinc prompt 68.20.20 Sulfonylureas 68.24 Parathyroid hormones 68.28 Pituitary hormones 68.32 Progestins 68.36.04 Thyroid drugs 68.36.08 Antithyroid drugs 72.00 Anesthetics, local 76.00 Abortifacients 76.00 Oxytocics 78.00 Roentgenographic agents 78.00 Radiopharmaceuticals 78.00 Radioisotopes.

28.08 Analgesics and antipyretics 28.08.04 Anti-inflammatory agents 28.08.08 Opiates 28.10 Opiate antagonists 28.12 Anticonvulsants 28.12.12 Hydantoins 28.12.16 Oxazolidinediones 28.12.20 Succinimides 28.16 Psychotherapeutic agents 28.16.04 Antidepressants 28.16.08 Tranquilizers.

12.20 Skeletal muscle relaxants 16.00 Blood derivatives.

84.16 Cell stimulants and proliferants 84.20 Detergents 84.24 Emollients 84.24 Demulcents 84.24 Protectants 84.24 Lotions 84.24 Ointments 84.24 Creams 84.28 Keratolytic agents 84.28 Antiseborrheic agents 84.32 Keratoplastic agents 84.50.04 Depigmenting agents 84.50.06 Pigmenting agents 84.80 Sunscreen agents.

86.12 Genitourinary smooth muscle relaxants.

68.20.08 Insulin human zinc extended 68.20.08 Insulin isophane 68.20.08 Insulin neutral.

20.12.04 Plaet aggregation inhibitors 20.12.08 Antiheparin agents 20.12.12 Coagulants 20.12.16 Hemostatics 20.24 Hemorrheologic agents 20.40 Thrombolytic agents 24.00 Cardiovascular drugs 24.04 Cardiac drugs.

52.10 Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors.

64.00 Heavy metal antagonists 64.00 Chelating agents 68.00 Hormones 68.04 Steroids, cortico- 68.08 Androgens 68.08 Anabolic agents 68.12 Contraceptives, oral 68.12 Contraceptives, injectable 68.12 Contraceptives, implants 68.12 Contraceptives, postcoital 68.16 Estrogens 68.16 Estrogens conjugated 68.18 Gonadotropins 68.20 Antidiabetic agents 68.20.08 Insulins 68.20.08 Insulin 68.20.08 Insulin human.

40.12 Oral rehydration compound 40.12 Minerals 40.12 Elements 40.12 Electrolytes.

32.00 Contraceptives, intrauterine devices 32.00 Contraceptives, intravaginal 32.00 Spermicides 34.00 Dental preparations 34.00 Dentifrices 34.00 Dental products 36.00 Diagnostic agents 38.00 Disinfectants.

52.12 Contact lens solutions 52.20 Miotics 52.24 Mydriatics 52.28 Mouthwashes.

86.00 Smooth muscle relaxants.

32.00 Contraceptives, intracervical devices.

List of AHFS Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classification.

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40.16 Sodium removing resins.

28.24 Central nervous system depressants.

Drug terms in the IPA database are classified according to the categories established in the American Hospital Formulary Service published by the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists.

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AHFS DI Essentials Users Guide Monograph for Professionals

1/18/2014
01:10 | Author: Caitlin White

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AHFS DI Essentials Users Guide Monograph for Professionals

Essentials monographs draw on the meticulously evidence-based guidance from the full AHFS DI database, distilling for the clinician the essential information.

Lists the USAN name or other name for the drug(s) described; the title includes only the base drug name.

Describes precautionary information associated with the drug in geriatric individuals and provides some perspective regarding study and experience in this population, including factors that may affect response and tolerance. For example, information on age-dependent pharmacokinetics of the drug would be described within the Pharmacokinetics section and that on age-specific dosage recommendations would be described in the Dosage and Administration section of the monograph.

Dosages for specific indications are subdivided further by specific routes of administration.

Because it is derived from the authoritative AHFS DI, the well-respected information development process, evidence analysis, and expert advice of authoritative reviewers are encapsulated and summarized in the new highly structured format of Essentials.

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