Contemporary Drug Information: An Evidence-Based ApproachAuthor(s): Kaloo Dinesh
Medication data is minded boggling, voluminous, heterogeneous, and dynamic. Different sources are accessible, each giving a few components of data about drugs (normally for a given reason), yet there exists no incorporated view or registry that could be utilized to find sources suitable to a given reason. We analyzed sources that give drug data in the drug store, science, science, and clinical medication spaces. Their medication data content could be ordered with measurements. We propose this rundown of measurements as a system for portraying drug data sources. As an assessment, we show that this structure is helpful for looking at drug data sources and choosing sources generally applicable to a given use case.