DRUGS & SUPPLEMENTS
sdrugs.com is the independent pharmaceutical online resource. We provide index type information about drugs registered in the USA, Canada, EU, Australia, Japan and many other countries for consumers and healthcare professionals.
You can get all this information from this site absolutely free.
What makes sdrugs.com different from other Internet health sites?
Why is searching on sdrugs.com better than using another search engine?
Most search engines cover the entire Internet, and searches on these engines may produce many results that are not specific to your drug question. On sdrugs.com you can search by medical condition or by products, and get the targeted answer you need right away.
Searches by drug can be made using the brand name or the generic name of the drug. Searches by medical condition will bring up a list of medications used to treat that condition.
How can I find out about a particular drug?
To search by drug name, enter brand or generic drug name into the search box and click Search. Then click on the link to the information required. You can also browse the site databases by clicking on the alphabetical links on the homepage or sitemap webpage.
From where does sdrugs.com get its drug information?
The information on sdrugs.com is supplied by international and local registered healthcare administrations, pharmaceutical manufacturers, sellers and suppliers and other competent sources.
How up-to-date is the drug information on this site?
Information is updated and supplemented continuously.
Can I buy prescription drugs through sdrugs.com?
No. sdrugs.com does not sell or advertise prescription (or non-prescription) drugs online.
How is sdrugs.com funded?
The sdrugs.com pharmaceutical information service is supported by donations and revenue from site advertisers, others websites revenue and external sources.
How to place information on sdrugs.com?
Any companies can submit to sdrugs.com their catalogs of pharmaceutical and health products free of charge. Just contact us via e-mail for this.
Updated: August 3, 2017