Ophthalmic Drug Facts 2002
Facts and Comparisons, Aug 1, 2001 - Medical - 427 pages
Ophthalmic Drug Facts is the definitive single source of objective up-to-date drug information for eye care professionals. Organized by therapeutic categories, detailed monographs include all of the drug information that practitioners need to make therapeutic decisions: actions, interactions, adverse reactions, contraindications, dosages, off-label uses & patient information. Each monograph also includes; conditions in which the drug should not be used, a brief summary of known pharmacologic & pharmacokinetic properties by individual or group monograph, unlabeled uses & investigational uses (included when available), conditions in which use of the drug may be hazardous, as well as recommended parameters to monitor during drug therapy. Additional information consists of expanded chapter summary tables, 200 charts & tables, Administration Illustrations, Contact Lens Products, Manufacturers Index, Excipient Glossary & Selected AOA Clinical Practice Guidelines.
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