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IAPDF Apps are now available on iOS, Android, Symbian and Blackberry Platforms. Click here to read more.

IAP PEDIATRIC DRUG FORMULARY 2012 - 3rd hard copy edition of the formulary was published in Jan 2012.

The Pocket Dose Book of Medicines in Children and Adolescents
This pocket sized addition to the armamentarium of the IAP Drug Formulary allows a clinician to make a quick search of IAP Drug Formulary recommended dosages for 615 drugs exclusively used in neonates, children and adolescents. Evidence based schedules for most pediatric illnesses are detailed for each drug where indicated.


  • The IAP Drug Formulary Web Update 2017(2) Edition 47, the 45th web update the 2nd for 2017, is available for download. This Update contains additions of 2 new drug monographs.

    On the mobile apps, IAP Essential Medicines List and General Prescribing Information links have been added. The user interface of the mobile apps has been improved to make it more user friendly. It is available for iOS (iPhone, iPad), Android, Symbian and Blackberry and will soon be available on the Windows app platform.

  • From the Editor's Desk
    Dr. Jeeson C Unni


    The IAP Drug Formulary was officially released in 2005 and is now being used by over 10,000 pediatricians all over the country and abroad. More than 20,000 are using the IAP Drug Formulary mobile app. The Quarterly Web Update facility has made the contents quite dynamic. Changes are being made in the formulary as and when new developments in pharmacology and pediatric therapeutics became available.

    After 44 Web Updates, the present 46th Web Updates contents are very different from that in the original book - IAP Pediatric Drug Formulary 2004. Therefore, every 3rd year a new hard copy edition of the book - latest being the 4th Edition - IAP Pediatric Drug Formulary 2015 - is published. The 5th Edition - IAP Drug Formulary 2018 - is to be in print by year end 2017.

  • IAP President's Message
    Dr. Pramod Jog


    Dear Fellow Academician,

    It is the tragedy of the world that no one knows what he doesn't know--and the less a man knows, the more sure he is that he knows everything! --Jouce Cary, British author( 1888-1957).

    IAP Pediatric Drug Formulary has become my carry-on memory jogger, in an attempt to put into a single reference much of the information that is or could be relevant to my practice. I use it as a dictionary, always available at my workstation.