AHFS Drug Information: Essentials 2006-2007
Gerald K. McEvoy
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2006 - Medical - 2265 pages
Over 11,700 represented medicines plus manufacturers of drug products. Separate drug monographs for systemic topical and EENT drug formulations. Drug interactions, cautions and toxicity. Extensive dosage and methods of administration.
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