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This compact, portable, alphabetically organized drug reference provides quick access to current, reliable information on more than 4,500 commonly prescribed medications. Each drug monograph is divided into pharmacological and patient care considerations, and includes action, indications, contraindications, route/dosage, interactions, lab test interferences, adverse reactions, precautions/warnings, administration/storage, assessment/interventions, and patient/family education. Icons and a second color are used to help readers quickly locate the information they are looking for. A color identification section enables readers to identify drugs by appearance. Coverage includes the newest FDA approvals, investigational and orphan drugs, drugs, and indications for labeled, unlabeled, and orphan uses.
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PDR Nurse's Drug Handbook: The Information Standard for Prescription Drugs ...
George R. Spratto,Adrienne L. Woods
No preview available - 2003
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Absorption acid acute Administer Adverse Reactions CV allergies anaphylaxis anemia arrhythmias arthralgia Assess Assessment/Interventions bleeding bradycardia breast milk Capsules cardiac Category caution in patients CONSIDERATIONS Administration/Storage Contraindications Hypersensitivity corticosteroids decreased depression DERM diarrhea digoxin disease divided doses dizziness docu dyspnea edema EENT effects efficacy not established Excreted in breast fever headache health care provider HEMA HEPA hepatic Hypersensitivity hypertension hypoglycemia hypokalemia hypotension including drug infusion Interactions known allergies Lab Test Interferences Lactation leukopenia liver mented Metabolism metabolites mg q mg/day mg/kg mg/mL nausea notify health Obtain patient history occur oral Overdosage paresthesia PATIENT CARE CONSIDERATIONS Pharmacokinetics/Dynamics plasma platelet Powder for Injection Precautions Pregnancy pruritus Pseudomembranous colitis rash reconstituted renal function Renal function impairment RESP respiratory room temperature Route/Dosage ADULTS Safety and efficacy serum Signs & Symptoms skin Sodium solution syndrome Tablets tachycardia therapy thrombocytopenia tion tory toxicity Undetermined Unlabeled use(s urinary urine urticaria vial vomiting