Emergency Medicine Therapeutics
A precise guide to emergency room drug therapy, this book features tables, charts, and algorithms which allow rapid access. Antimicrobial agents and infectious diseases are emphasized. Arranged by organ system and emergency situation, the primary focus of the book is on adult therapy. However, special chapters on pediatric and geriatric antimicrobial therapy broaden the scope.
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General Principles of Drug Prescribing and Systematic
Oral Pain Management
Parenteral Pain Management
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