American hospital formulary service, Volume 90
Published by authority of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists, 1990 - Medicine
Arranged by AHFS pharmacologic - therapeutic classification, drug monographs include: chemistry and stability, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, uses, cautions, toxicity, drug interactions, laboratory test interferences, dosage and administration (including dosage in renal impairment), and preparations. Covers drugs available in the U.S. Also includes general statements on groups of drugs as well as data on older and prototype drugs.
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