This database was created by the Canadian Pharmacists Association and includes detailed information on commonly prescribed drugs and over the counter medication in Canada.
The database also includes information about conditions commonly treated with drugs, as well as drug interaction and identification tools, among other resources.
New to RxTx? You may want to watch this Basic Search video.
Find links to an Advanced Search video and other drug resources through the other tabs in this box.
This video assumes you've watched the Basic Search video, and focuses on:
Because RxTx is both a database and a reference work, there are two ways you can choose to cite articles retrieved from RxTx using the APA citation style.
We recommend citing the information as an article from a database; this approach is more straight forward.
Reference Format: Author. (year, Month date). Title of the entry. Database Name. Retrieved Month date, year from URL of the database homepage
Reference Example: Canadian Pharmacists Association. (2018, September 18). Viagra. RxTx database. Retrieved May 14, 2020 from https://www.myrxtx.ca
In Text Citation Example: (Canadian Pharmacists Association, 2018)
Best Bet: Davis's drug guide for nurses
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