Handbook of Dermatologic Drug Therapy
Taylor & Francis, Oct 17, 2005 - Medical - 294 pages
An essential resource for dermatologists and family practitioners, this compact but expansive reference work clearly presents practical information on drugs for treating skin disorders, using generic names throughout in order to ensure relevance across all geographic markets. Designed to be a physician's companion, Handbook of Dermatologic Drug Therapy provides an alphabetical listing of commonly prescribed drugs, organized by condition, with each entry including the following key information: dosage, administration, uses, pharmacology, adverse effects, interactions, preparation prescription, a select list of references. Superbly organized, with data presented in an easy-to-read format perfect for busy physicians, this is an invaluable everyday resource for all involved in both dermatology and general practice.
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