Medical Care of the Pregnant Patient
American College of Physicians - American Society of Internal Medicine, 2000 - Medical - 866 pages
This title contains sections on key values and normal values for diagnostic tests that reflect the physiological changes in pregnancy. At the end of each section there is a specific drug table that physicians can refer to when use of one of the medications listed, is indicated.
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TABLE OF NORMAL PHYSIOLOGIC CHANGES CORING PREGNANCY xxvixxvii
Prescribing for the Pregnant Patient
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