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The Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties as a Drug Information Resource for Treatment of Acute Drug Overdose

By William A. Parker


A study was undertaken to determine the extent to which family physicians consult the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS) as an information resource for acute drug ingestions and to evaluate the scope and consistency of the informational content contained in the CPS Product monographs. Ninety percent of family physicians were found to consult the CPS as their first resource in a suspected acute drug ingestion. Although the CPS is a useful reference because of its universal distribution and annual updating, standardization of informational content and consistency between product monographs are necessary. Presently, major inconsistencies exist and some information is outdated

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