UPDATED EDITION AVAILABLE: Click here to order ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™, 2023 Edition.
Page Count: 1760
Our new ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ remains the gold standard for information on compatibility, stability, storage, and preparation of parenteral drugs.
For the first time ever, ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ is available as an eBook with new and expanded information. The 2021 edition features 18 new monographs, and nearly 200 new references for a total of over 24,000 total compatibility pairs.
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ASHP’s New and Expanded Guide to IV Compatibility & Stability
For more than 40 years, ASHP has published the most trusted resource for injectable drug information. Our new ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ now delivers the same high-quality content that you can expect from ASHP with even MORE of the information you need to make informed patient care decisions.
For the first time ever, this gold standard reference is available as an eBook with new and expanded information. The 2021 edition features 18 new monographs, and nearly 200 new references for a total of over 24,000 total compatibility pairs.
Backed by quality, peer-reviewed published literature, and authored under the editorial authority of ASHP, ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ is a must-have resource for every pharmacy.
Other Ways to Access the Content
Digital and Print—Now complete with 2 years of digital interactive access and a print edition to ensure you have constant, uninterrupted access. The digital content is interactive, mobile, and updated quarterly. Your 2 years of digital interactive access also includes linked monographs to Extended Stability for Parenteral Drugs, forming a single, comprehensive resource on injectable drug information.
Institutions—ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ is available in tiered pricing for institutions. Contact Chris Jezowski here for more information and for institutional pricing.
Licensing Information—ASHP® Injectable Drug Information™ database can be licensed by healthcare information system developers in formats and with content areas specific to organizational requirements. Content is updated quarterly and available in XML. Click here for more information.
Published under the editorial authority of the American Hospital Formulary Service® (AHFS) Drug Information®
Daniel J. Cobaugh, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT
Vice President, Publishing Office
Lisa M. Kohoutek, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Editor for Injectables
Elizabeth P. Shannon, BS
“… it is widely used by pharmacists and other healthcare professionals across the world. No other reference source examines parenteral drug stability and compatibility in such detail.”
Laurence A. Goldberg, pharmaceutical consultant
“This book belongs in every pharmacy department.”
"...for ease of finding information in a single book, this publication tops the list. ASHP is the best group to provide this type of data to anyone involved in the sterile compounding of parenteral drugs."
Lawrence P. Carey, BS, PharmD
“I have been using this book for nearly 20 years, and as a hospital pharmacist I really can’t imagine a department of pharmacy being without it.”