Clinician's Handbook of Prescription Drugs
Seymour Ehrenpreis, Eli Ehrenpreis
McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2001 - Medical - 979 pages
The busy health care practitioner's first reference for timely, accurate, and relevant drug information. Alphabetically organized by generic name (with trade names cross-referenced) and presented in an at-a-glance drug chart format. All entries are reviewed by an editorial advisory board of academic and clinical authorities.
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Generic Drug Entries
Food Drug Administration Pregnancy
Third Generation Cephalosporins
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Academy of Pediatrics Action Peak Effect activities requiring mental acute Adjustment of dosage administered Adults Adverse reactions Advice to patient agent American Academy Appears in breast arrhythmias Avoid breastfeeding benzodiazepines Best to avoid blockers bone marrow depression Brand name breast milk breastfeeding Category caution in patients cephalosporins Class of drug Clinically important drug Contraindications creatinine clearance dangerous until response data available decrease diuretics divided doses drug interactions Drugs that increase Editorial comments Elderly fluid hepatic Hypersensitivity hypertension hypokalemia important drug interactions increase effects/toxicity Indications/dosage/route infections Inhibits Initial Kidney disease Lactation Liver disease MAO inhibitors Maximum Mechanism of action mg/d mg/kg mg/kg/d mL/min nausea NSAIDs Onset of Action Oral orthostatic hypotension pain Parameters to monitor Peak Effect Duration Pediatric penicillin phenothiazines phenytoin platelets Potentially toxic Pregnancy quinidine receptors Reduce dose respiratory Safety and efficacy Serious serum Signs and symptoms therapy toxic to infant treating physician treatment tricyclic antidepressants vomiting Warnings/precautions