Clinical Therapy in Breastfeeding Patients
Designed to be used in conjunction with "Medications and Mothers' Milk", this book provides the next step, how to treat these various syndromes, and which drugs are preferred. Specifically designed for healthcare professionals, this text reviews treatment and medication guidelines for mothers who are breastfeeding infants and who may need pharmacologic treatment. Written by a leading authority on medication use in breastfeeding mothers, this book provides information on 60 clinical syndromes or conditions from acne to hyperthyroidism to venous thromboembolism.
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