The prescribers digital reference pdr is a compilation of manufacturers prescribing information package insert on prescription drugs updated regularly the original pdr was titled physicians desk reference but was renamed because not all prescribers are physicians and the reference is no longer a hardback book stored on a desk. Physicians desk reference has been the authoritative source on prescription drugs for 66 years found in virtually every physicians office pharmacy clinic and library no medical reference is more current more recognized or more respected now in its 66th year pdr contains full fda approved drug label information including warnings and precautions drug interactions and hundreds of . Drugscom began licensing and displayed physicians desk reference pdr drug information in 2003 and continued to publish pdr content until 2010 in mid 2010 a change in policy by the distributors of pdr resulted in the non renewal of the licence and the removal of physicians desk reference consumer drug information from the drugscom website. Physicians desk reference a thick volume that provides a guide to prescription drugs available in the united states although not exactly recommended fare for bedtime reading the pdr is the most commonly used drug reference the information is the same as the leaflet in the drug package also known as the package insert
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