Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference 2007

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2006 - Medical - 286 pages
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A portable, quick-access guide to 1,000+ commonly used medications Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference presents more than 1,000 commonly used drugs along with essential data on their selection and administration. Each drug includes data such as common uses, mechanism of action, dosage, cautions, contraindications, dosing formulations, and side effects. Unlike most other drug guides which are merely compiled from databases, this one has editorial review from two world renowned practicing physicians and educators. The 2007 edition features first-time coverage of 25 completely new drugs and at 3x5” is a true pocket guide.

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Great small reference guide

User Review  - sfergs -

This is exactly what I was looking for. I am a new RN and I needed something to fit inside my clipboard for quick drug reference and this book is it! It is only about the size of the palm of your hand ... Read full review

Not what I expected

User Review  - marybeth7554 -

I was looking to replace my PDR which was outdated. I thought this book would be a similar publication and it was not. Read full review



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Leonard G. Gomella, MD, FACS,The Bernard W. Goodwin, Jr., Professor, Chairman, Department of Urology,Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Steven A. Haist, MD, MS Professor of Medicine, Division of General Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

Aimee Gelhot Adams, PharmD,University of Kentucky Medical Center,Lexington, Kentucky

Kelly M. Smith, PharmD, University of Kentucky Medical Center,Lexington, Kentucky

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