Consumer Drug Reference 2005
Consumer Reports Books, Micromedex Thompson Healthcare and United States Pharmacopeia, United States Pharmacopeial Convention
Consumer Reports, Dec 17, 2004 - Fiction - 1736 pages
Accompanied by a color chart that helps identify the most common pills and tablets, a comprehensive and practical reference to more than eleven thousand prescription drugs, non-prescription medicines, and nutritional supplements covers side effects, indications, proper usage, interactions with other food and other drugs, dosage information, and much more. 25,000 first printing.
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This supplies well-written information on the different drugs and is easy to understand. My only problem with it is on certain drugs the doses were not included. All that it says is to make sure and take whatever the doctor ordered, no more, no less. Well, that's all well and good, but as a proactive person, how can I make sure the doctor hasn't ordered a too-high dose or too-little? We all know that doctors are regular humans and can make mistakes like the rest of us. This is the most important item I would have addressed for the next reprint. ...
Nursing2005 Drug Handbook, 25th Anniversary Edition
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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