Clinical Pharmacology is the leading professional drug reference solution.
To get started with Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology
1. Download the free Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology App
2. Sign in securely using your Clinical Pharmacology or Institution account
Trusted by over 2,000 hospitals and 35,000 retail pharmacies, Clinical Pharmacology offers easy-to-find answers to all drug questions as compiled by an editorial team consisting entirely of PharmDs. Clinical Pharmacology is the most current and comprehensive drug reference compendium available.
FAST, ACCURATE & RELIABLE
Clinical Pharmacology Mobile offers the fastest path to accurate answers and provides convenient access to the features and functionality that clinicians rely on most from Clinical Pharmacology, even when you are offline!
Powerful multi-concept search by drug name, indication, contraindication or adverse reaction to quickly find the precise drug information you need. Robust tools to assist your search, such as predictive type-ahead, search history, and scoped search by drug classification, product or monograph.
EASILY DIGESTIBLE INFORMATION & ACTIONABLE DATA
The same authoritative content, but more concise and presented in the form of an answer funnel – tap thru to only the level of detail you require. Toggle multiple views within the same interface to find the right clinical lens - Adult versus Pediatric dosing, On versus Off Label use by indication, and more. Strategic use of info-graphics instead of text to provide answers at a glance.
Easily identify pills using the imprint or by physical characteristics such as shape, color, scoring or dosage form. Dynamic imprint matches save you time, with type-ahead surfacing the drug name and thumbnail for immediate verification. Results feature multiple ways to aid visual identification, including full-screen, high-resolution drug images.
POWERFUL CLINICAL TOOLS
Evidence-supported clinical algorithms to quickly identify drug interactions or adverse reactions:
• Drug-to-drug interaction report: immediate feedback on interactions as you enter drugs, leading to an easy-to-scan synoptic description of interactions categorized by severity. Unique to Clinical Pharmacology, optionally check for interactions between drugs and other life-style factors such as diet, smoking, alcohol consumption and more. Tap through the synopsis to see a detailed description of the interaction, which can be toggled between a professional and consumer view to share and consult with patients.
• Adverse reaction report (ADR): using the only algorithm of its kind on the market, enter either a single drug or a combination of drugs and see the adverse reactions they cause. Easily filter and sort the report by key clinical factors such as severity, incidence and onset.
FEWER TAPS, QUICKER ANSWERS
Built by clinicians for clinicians, speed to answer was the operating principle that guided every decision around the app’s navigation, flow and content structure. Each major feature is one-tap away, and all extraneous steps have been removed or optimized to complement a clinician’s busy workflow.
Additional questions or problems accessing the application? Please reach out to your organization’s Clinical Pharmacology administrator, or use the link below to contact our customer support.
What's new in version 2.3.2:
Upgrade to support SAML 2.6, which allows Elsevier Clinical Pharmacology to maximize the time period before a user needs to log in again.
Ratings and Reviews
There is a bug that prevents you from updating content. The app will not allow you to search anything until the content is updated, therefore this app is rendered useless until this is fixed. I rely on this app a lot and may have to contact my institution before we decide to renew our subscription if this isn’t corrected. It has been quite a while since this app has worked properly.
I downloaded Clinical Key for them to tell me to download another app (this one) and couldn't log in even though I could log in fine on my computer. And then the toll free number is out of service. What a mess.
I mean the app itself is terrible
looks like it hasn't been updated in years, but it has exponentially more info than, say, the micromedex app. At least worth your time if your institution has a subscription.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.