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onelook.com; drugs@FDA...nm

Posted By: wanderer on 2007-08-11
In Reply to: My computer crashed and I lost ALL my bookmarks for researching, please share your favorites. Thx. - Grace


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Drugs! Lots of drugs! Sadly, you're probably like
most of us and don't have time to go to the doctor! Oh well! Feel better soon! You are not alone!
onelook.com. That is where to look:) nm
I like onelook.com nm
Onelook.com is my most used! SM
If I can only hear the ending of something or at least the first letter of it, I put p*losis and will give me options, which the word is usually there. That goes for drugs or anything. It's great for definitions also, hence the name One look. I actually found the site from someone on here. You can also customize it so it starts looking in medical books first and not general and will give you those dictionaries.
Go to onelook.com and put in h*ezia and see what comes up. NM
Try http://www.onelook.com/
flocculence is listed on onelook.com-sm
and has a definition of being flocculent which means having a fluffy character or appearance. I am by no means saying in my previous statment that this is a medical transcription standard but simply stating what I have found in my research of this. I also would like to know for sure if this is correct or not if anyone knows.

I have many, many doctors who frequently state, "There is no fluctuance on palpation of the wound." I have been typing fluctuance all this time and just ignoring spell check because it is used so frequently, so if this is wrong, any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
Use onelook.com. You can find just about all things there. nm
Try the Word board or onelook.com with fl*quinone
It's found in a few dictionaries off the onelook.com site. Use it. :) nm
Onelook.com is an excellent dictionary site. :) NM
Use onelook.com to look stuff up and then pick up Dorland's, etc. off of there. Great site! nm
Also onelook.com as the Dorland's links right off there. Book would be Tessier's Surgical Word
It's the drugs
I almost always use drugs.com for almost every drug need.  It's the best site I have found, but otherwise, I prefer Stedman's Quick Look, but let's face it, by the time these books are printed, there are another 100 drugs out there.  Can't keep up fast enough with them. So the web site is the best. 

You can search for any 3 consecutive letters and pull up a list of all drug names containing those 3 consecutive letters.
I use this site because you can put in a part of the drug name, and it gives you a list of drugs that contain that letter combination. So if you can only hear the middle part of a drug, it gets a little easier to narrow it down.
try drugs.com (nm)
The problem I have with this site is that there are many generic drugs that are listed with a capped first letter. It is hard to tell which drugs are brand name and which are generic when using drugs.com.

If you are typing the drug name in a paragraph and it is generic, the first letter is not to be capitalized so it is important to be able to find out if the drug is brand or generic.
Drugs.com... just for MTs... sm
Drugs.com lets you type in just a few letters and provides choices. Also, from the homepage on the right, there is a link to drug search just for MTs. It lets you do a wildcard search. I.e., audio is garbled and you hear t-max, you could type in t*max, and it would provide all drug choices. It also has a 'sounds like' search which is most excellent. You can also search for drugs by condition. This site hasn't let me down yet. Best part, it's completely up to date, and free.
Drugs!! Works for me!
Seriously. I actually was a big procrastinator, and really suffering for years from lack of motivation. Turns out I have ADD, and have been on meds for a few months now.  Actually tripled - TRIPLED my income in these few months. Everything is just focused and easy and I am so productive, its scary...Maybe you have adult ADD. Supposedly millions do...I used to be a skeptic, but I'm a believer now!
New generic drugs.
New generic name for viagra......................micoxafloppin.  Next.. please add.
Oh, yes! Illegal drugs are fun!
I never even did drugs when I was a stupid teenager.
Anyone know where I can get a list of new drugs
generic drugs
I type drugs that are capped or have capital letters anywhere in them into autocorrect. Then I just type the drug just like it is generic, then autocorrect "corrects" it.
did in the past but does not do drugs...sm
I wish he'd come in here and sue your arse...for that post
She could even be on drugs. Keep distance.
She might think you are where she would like to be and wants to impress you in her little mind and little world.
www.drugs.com.... don't care much for
rxlist.com....never helped me any
Try *sartan*. It will come up with drugs ...
that contain those letters in any part of the word. I don't think you can just do an ending but you can quickly go through the list it does give you.
I agree about the drugs.
My nephew was on the Fiengold program and diet without the drugs and it worked very well until he was around 12 and started to cheat on the diet and sneak the junk food :) It is a LOT of work for the parents and tough on the kid. But it did work for him for many years and it's a very healthy preservative-free/chemical-free diet. I think it's probably worth looking into.

Over the counter drugs

Are over the counter drugs capitalized? Example: "Unisom"



Canada drugs
I used them. Did not seem to have any problems. I figure you do not hear of Canadians dropping dead left and right from using the medication. Saved some money.
on drugs, esp helpful to me
with my expander, is something a poster previously shared sometime back: to put in meds with the consonants, ie, Lasix is lsx, Protonix is prt. that helps with capitalizing proprietary drugs as well. myself, for dosages, i do mgd, for mg daily, and such.
Generic vs Brand drugs
I have these in my Shorthand program and they are typed correctly - upper or lower case. No matter how I type them they wind up correct. If the word is at the beginning of a sentence, Shorthand capitalizes it there, which would be correct.
Convicted felon wants drugs
How's this....I just wrote a report where I had to look up the patient's name on Google for spelling purposes and found a document from within the year stating that he was appealing (and lost) his conviction on four counts of obtaining illegal prescription narcotics.  At the end of the report, the doctor states that the patient went back to his primary care physician stating that THIS doctor said he could have Dilaudid for two weeks.  My doctor then stated that he did not feel comfortable treating this patient.  Question:  Should I tell my boss or this doctor about the patient's recent record?  (And now he is, again, trying to obtain illegal drugs.)  Or does this violate the privacy rules?  Are illegal activities subject to the privacy rules? I know counselors always warn patients that they have to report any illegal activities should they disclose such.  Now please don't slam me.  It has been a long day and maybe the answer is obvious and I am just brain dead for the day.
Word and Drugs boards (SM)

Please use the appropriate boards for these questions.  This forum has been set up so that these questions can be more easily navigated.


John Lennon was much more than about drugs. NM
No, don't take any. I think WAY TOO MANY people are taking these drugs than really ought to.
How about the cops.....illegal drugs??? That should be
I prefer book for drugs.
I use the Quick Look Drug Book and it has worked well for me.

Google is where I start my search for other medical info and it has been remarkably useful - may even discontinue purchasing more books.

But the drug book will not likely be replaced as it also has the generic and dosage information right there, which I have needed on many occasions; it is faster for me to use the book. Just a personal preference.
site for drugs and lymphomas


and for different types of lymphoma which I found one day:


What is it they're looking for in the blood? Drugs?
Drugs with pseudoephedrine are restricted.
I had to show my driver's license and they recorded my info in a log book.

This ingredient is used to manufacture illegal methamphetamine, which is why it is limited and regulated.
Need suggestions, generic vs proprietary drugs

It seems there are so many anymore that i have trouble remembering not to capitalize -- how do the rest of you remember? 

I am using docuscribe and the quick correct feature does not seem to work for converting back to lower case.  Any suggestions?

Exactly true. And you don't have to fool with new drugs and stuff, either. nm
not detailed but i like the easy search options when i am unsure of spelling.
No growth hormone, antibiotics or other drugs are used.
No animal cruelty. Completely organic beef, chicken and pork. It's cheaper and better quality than at the grocery stores. If you buy locally, you're keeping your dollars in the local economy instead of further lining the pockets of the Walmart owners and CEOs. We buy our vegetables and fruit from local vendors at roadside stands or farmer's market, too. (Those that I don't grow myself.)
They are basically "sister" drugs. I am allergic
to naproxen, so cannot take ibuprofen now, as they are closely related. I would think if naproxen isn't helping, neither will ibuprofen. Try something unrelated like Tylenol?
glitazone is a class of drugs, Avandia, etc.
Good reference site for drugs and various others -