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While a comprehensive picture is available via a subscription to the online database, the manual presents the most important information for quick clinical reference-the trade names, half-life, known interactions with other drugs, the pregnancy category into which it falls; then the categories of reactions and the incidence and number of reactions reported for each. The manual also offers a short description of the most common eruption patterns, lists of the drugs that cause important reactions, and a concordance of synonyms, generic names, and trade names. Although the manual has grown from a basis in Dermatology, all widely used drugs are included and all types of reaction (not just in the skin, hair, and nails) are recorded.