Handbook of Clinical Drug Data, 1997-1998

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James E. Knoben, Philip O. Anderson
Appleton & Lange, 1997 - Clinical Pharmacology - 976 pages
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This user-friendly, dual purpose drug guide has been completely reorganized to provide concise answers to clinical problems and quick comparisons of similar drug agents in a logical consistent format.

Part I, Drug Monographs, begins with an alphabetical list of all drug reviews included in each classification and ends with comparison charts listing all pertinent information about each drug in the section. Part II, Clinical Drug Data, includes specialized drug information as it relates to specific interactions, disease states, special populations, medical emergencies and nutrition support. An alphabetical index of drugs listed ensures quick reference.

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Contents

Analgesic and Antiinflammatory Drugs
3
Opioids Larry Jay Davis PharmD
21
Antimicrobial Drugs
38
Aminoglycosides John F Flaherty PharmD
47
Antifungal Drugs Craig R Ballard PharmD
54
Antimycobacterial Drugs Craig R Ballard PharmD
64
Antiparasitic Drugs Philip 0 Anderson PharmD FASHP
73
PLactams John F Flaherty PharmD
91
Hematologic Drugs
458
Hematopoietics Larry Jay Davis PharmD
471
Hormonal Drugs
483
Antidiabetic Drugs John R White Jr PharmD
491
Contraceptives Betty J Dong PharmD
505
Female Sex Hormones Betty J Dong PharmD
522
Thyroid and Antithyroid Drugs Betty J Dong PharmD
540
Renal and Electrolytes
558

Macrolides Craig R Ballard PharmD
120
Quinolones Craig R Ballard PharmD
126
Tetracyclines Philip 0 Anderson PharmD FASHP
133
Antineoplastics Chemoprotectants and Immunosuppressants
157
Antimetabolites Robert T Dorr PhD
172
Cytokines Robert T Dorr PhD
183
Hormonal Drugs and Antagonists Robert T Dorr PhD 193
199
Miscellaneous Antineoplastics Robert T Dorr PhD
206
Chemoprotectants Robert T Dorr PhD
210
Cardiovascular Drugs
227
Antihypertensive Drugs Philip 0 Anderson PharmD
253
fSAdrenergic Blocking Drugs Jerry L Bauman PharmD
280
CalciumChannel Blocking Drugs Jerry L Bauman
286
Hypolipidemic Drugs James M Wooten PharmD
293
Inotropic Drugs Amy J Guenette PharmD BCPS
308
Nitrates Amy J Guenette PharmD BCPS
318
Central Nervous System Drugs
336
Antidepressants Glen L Stimmel PharmD FCCP
357
Antipsychotic Drugs Glen L Stimmel PharmD FCCP 372
379
Lithium Glen L Stimmel PharmD FCCP
388
Gastrointestinal Drugs
406
Antiemetics William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
424
Gastrointestinal Motility Robert E Pachorek PharmD
432
Miscellaneous Gastrointestinal Drugs Rosemary
444
Electrolytes Arasb Ateshkadi PharmD
574
Antigout Agents Robert E Pachorek PharmD BCPS
590
Respiratory Drugs
600
Bronchodilators Lisa W Ashton PharmD
617
Inhaled Corticosteroids Lisa W Ashton PharmD
633
CLINICAL DRUG INFORMATION
645
Hepatotoxicity William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
659
Nephrotoxicity William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
668
Ototoxicity William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
676
Ototoxicity William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
683
Skin Disorders William G Troutman PharmD FASHP
691
DrugDrug Interactions Philip D Hansten PharmD
698
DrugLaboratory Test Interferences David G Dunlop
728
DrugInduced Discoloration of Feces and Urine
734
Drugs and Breastfeeding Philip 0 Anderson PharmD
774
Pediatric Drug Therapy William E Murray PharmD
795
Renal Disease John Gambertoglio PharmD
806
Immunization
834
Medical Emergencies
855
Status Epilepticus Brian K Alldredge PharmD
869
Conversion Factors
901
Index
917
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