The American Medical Association Guide to Prescription and Over- The-counter Drugs:
Selected medications described for the non-medical reader. Intended to reflect current medical knowledge and standard medical practice in the United States. Arrangement is by sections on general information, major drug groups, and generic description. Glossary. Index.
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acetaminophen acid Alcohol alter dosage analgesic antibiotic anticholinergic anticoagulants antifungal drug antihistamines antihypertensive aspirin beta blockers Brand names Breast feeding breast milk cause chlorpheniramine closed container corticosteroids Dependence rating Low diarrhea Diet advice disorders diuretic dosage without checking dose An occasional dose is unlikely Driving and hazardous drug now Call Duration of action Exceeding the dose following combined preparations glaucoma guaifenesin hormones hydrochlorothiazide hydrocortisone infection INFORMATION FOR USERS liver Low Prescription needed muscle needed Yes Available Notify your physician occasional unintentional extra Onset of effect Overdose danger rating phenylephrine phenylpropanolamine physician POSSIBLE ADVERSE EFFECTS PRECAUTIONS Be sure prescription is tailored Prescription needed Yes PROLONGED pseudoephedrine QUICK REFERENCE Drug rating Low Prescription reach of children REFERENCE Drug group side effects skin SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS Stop taking Stopping the drug Storage Keep Symptom/effect Frequenc symptoms Tablets taking drug taking other medications tell your physician theophylline unintentional extra dose USERS Your drug usually prescribed vitamin