Ingredient-based

Drug Interactions Checker

Cross-check entire medication lists for drug interactions with the largest drug and substance database on the market.

  • Intuitive user interface eliminates steps to check for interactions
  • Checks entire medication lists simultaneously
  • Checks for interactions against:
    1. Prescription and OTC drugs (over 100,000 drug products)
    2. 900+ nutraceuticals, including herbal medicines
    3. Toxic and controlled substances
    4. Individual lifestyle factors
  • Immediately view interaction summaries for entire medication list

Add treatments, filter results,
prescribe accurately

  • Interaction summaries jump to complete interaction monographs that include:
    1. Mechanism of Interaction
    2. Effect
    3. Level of Concern
    4. Action, including alternative drugs
    5. References
  • Presented in prescriptive, immediately actionable bullet points for busy clinicians and students
  • Jump directly to relevant drug and clinical content
  • Filter interactions by severity or drug
  • Immediate access to relevant, prepopulated adult and pediatric dosing information and calculators

Simplify safer drug administration and reduce polypharmacy as an Individual Clinician, an Institution, or a Health System

  • Institutions

    Institutions

    Embedding the Drug Interactions Checker or institution-wide access to a DI Web Portal supports reduced errors and consistency of care across your institution.

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  • Integration

    Integration

    Robust APIs enable alert customization in any HIT system according to interaction severity, patient history, custom drug lists, and institutional protocols.

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A leader and trusted name in mobile and integrated point-of-care solutions for over 25 years, PEPID' s profession-tailored point-of-care information resources and clinical modules support thousands of healthcare practitioners and institutions across 159 countries.

Our Drug Interactions Checker is backed by the PEPID Knowledgebase (PKB), which houses the largest drug database on the market. It is continuously reviewed and updated by highly qualified clinicians and in close partnership with the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP).