The American Medical Association Guide to Prescription and Over-the-counter Drugs

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Charles B. Clayman
Random House, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 576 pages
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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 selections on general information, major drug groups, and generic description. Glossary. Index.

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It is not immediately apparent how this attractive book is to be used. A check of the general index failed to turn up aspirin or ibuprofen. For these, one needs to consult a generic and brand-name ... Read full review

Contents

UNDERSTANDING
11
MAJOR
21
DRUG FINDER INDEX
33
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The American Medical Association was formed in 1847 to advance the art and science of medicine while serving as a unified voice for the nationas physicians. More than 150 years later, it continues to exert a major impact on medicine in American.

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