Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Lexi-Comp Online for Dentistry - Office Rx Now Available

Lexi-Comp has an online component of particular interest to dentistry. Lexi-Comp Online for Dentistry is a fully functional database with the following info available:

Drug Information for Dentistry
Dental Office Medical Emergencies
Natural Therapeutics
Clinician’s Endodontic Handbook
Oral Soft Tissue Diseases
Oral Hard Tissue Diseases
Manual of Dental Implants
Manual of Clinical Periodontics
Oral Surgery for the General Dentist
Illustrated Handbook of Clinical Dentistry
Your Roadmap to Financial Integrity in the Dental Practice

nline access to drug information including:
Instant DENTAL ALERTS that warn of patient medications/natural products that could influence treatment or cause harmful effects
Up to 55 fields of information for over 1600 drugs including "Effects on Dental Treatment" and "Local Anesthetic/Vasoconstrictor Precautions"
Dental treatment of medically-compromised patients
Treatment of patients with specific oral conditions
Lexi-Interact – Review all interactions and dental alerts for a selected medication or enter a patient-specific regimen to analyze for potential interactions/alerts.

Adult & Pediatric Patient Advisory Leaflets – Designed to be printed out for patients/consumers to educate them regarding their medications, written in a question-and-answer format, and available in up to 18 different languages.

Drug Identification – Lexi-Drug ID allows you to search over 6000 images based on the following descriptors: form, color, shape, and markings.

Web Search – Enhances the searching capabilities by including other medically-based web sites.

And now, Lexi has the "Office Rx" button available in the Online product. You can now:

Click the button within Lexi-Interact to compare various medication categories to drugs patients are taking. Medication categories are customizable, allowing dental professionals to store lists of drugs commonly used within the office.

Get more info by clicking here.

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