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PDR

A trademark for Physicians' Desk Reference, a group of reference books containing information about drugs, especially one of these books listing prescription drugs.

PDR

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(Stock Exchange) price-dividend ratio

PDR

Physicians' Desk Reference.
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In addition, Emdeon continues to invest in and expand its information exchange capabilities and today announced that Emdeon Clinical Exchange (TM) customers now have access to the interactive prescribing resources from PDR Network, publishers of the Physicians' Desk Reference, PDR, one of the most trusted names in drug information.
Consider, for example, the antibiotic Cipro, whose labeling in the Physicians' Desk Reference runs to five full, large pages of tiny print.
The Physicians' Desk Reference for Herbal Medicines is the first book published by the medical community in reference to herbs as therapy.
The Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR) write-up for prescription Tagamet, which is the same as the FDA-approved package insert, runs nine columns in small type.
1990) found that respondents used the commercial drug handbook Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR) more often than daily and colleagues more frequently than weekly to obtain information on clinical questions.
In its entry for Ortho-Novum 1/50 in the 1971 Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR), for example, Ortho U.
Rice held senior level positions most recently with Thomson Reuters Healthcare where he was the EVP, General Manager for Physicians' Desk Reference.
This trade paperback edition is a new release from the publishers of the Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR) - the most highly trusted drug information reference available, relied on by healthcare professionals for more than 65 years.
Some of these drugs are listed in the Physicians' Desk Reference and are advertised in medical journals, he added.
The Physicians' Desk Reference recommends one 250-mg tablet of terbinafine daily for 12 weeks for toenail onychomycosis, but this doesn't capitalize on the drug's pharmacokinetics.
Warfarin is listed in the Physicians' Desk Reference as contraindicated in pregnancy.
According to the Physicians' Desk Reference for Herbal Medicines, feverfew may interfere with blood thinners.

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