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    •  
      • Presentation by:
        • Malinda Shannon, Library Research Assistant
        • Mark D. Puterbaugh, Information Services Librarian
          • (mputerba@eastern.edu)
      Warner Memorial Library Eastern University 1300 Eagle Road St. Davids, PA 19087
    • The Portal has interfaces for healthcare professionals, researchers, librarians, and other interested parties. The drug information is pulled from a number of government agencies including the Food & Drug Administration and the National Cancer Institute.
    • In the search form we type “Primatene Mist” and press “Go”.
    • The information concerning the active ingredient “epinephrine” is displayed in three categories; summary , detailed summary , and additional resources .
    • Passing the mouse pointer over the link displays a brief description of the type of information available from the result.
    • We follow the Medline Plus link, a consumer health service of the National Library of Medicine.
    • While this displays information concerning epinephrine injections, there is data here concerning possible effects the use of the drug may cause.
    • Under the detailed summary, “Toxline” can display citations for some journal articles indexed in Pubmed on epinephrine.
    • PubChem provides detailed information on the chemical structure of the drug.
    • This is a resource which searches across all government agencies. Under additional resources we follow a link to USASearch.gov
    • There is also a link to [email_address]
    • This link includes dosage forms for the official drug, label information, and approval history, letters, reviews, and related documents.