Nursing 2007 Drug Handbook

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Toby Brener, Rita M. Doyle
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jun 1, 2006 - Medical - 1428 pages
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The best-selling nursing drug handbook for 27 years is now in its fully updated 2007 edition. Organized by therapeutic class, Nursing2007 Drug Handbook provides quick access to current, accurate information on over 1,000 generic and 3,500 brand-name drugs.

This edition includes over 20 recently approved drugs and new indications and warnings. For added safety, JCAHO-approved abbreviations are used, and new logos signal look-alike sound-alike drugs and safety-alert drugs. I.V. drugs now include incompatibility information. New appendices cover abbreviations to avoid and combination drugs.

A free CD-ROM contains 200 drug monographs and corresponding customizable patient-teaching handouts. CE activity and updates are on NDHnow.com.

Nursing2007 Drug Handbook will be available for PDA in September 2006.

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Have used these books for years, before now have ordered from springhouse (the printer). Although expensive it could save your carreer or someones life. Worth it for medical profesionals. Easy to use, Not huge like a PDR, can give you enough information without wasting time. Read full review

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Contents

General Information 1 Drug actions interactions and reactions
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Drug therapy across the lifespan
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Topical Drugs
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