Geriatric Pharmacotherapy: A Guide for the Helping Professional
Cynthia G. Olsen, William N. Tindall, Mark E. Clasen
American Pharmacists Association, Dec 31, 2006 - Medical - 324 pages
Geriatric Pharmacotherapy: A Guide for the Helping Professional provides practical guidelines to help physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants, and other clinicians manage drug therapy in the elderly. the text hinges on the realization that geriatric care is an individualized art and all members of the health care team have drug therapy responsibilities.
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