Medication Administration: Nurse's Clinical Guide
Springhouse Corporation, 2000 - Medical - 506 pages
Organized alphabetically by route and administration method, this work covers all commonly-used administration methods, from basic through advanced, with step-by-step instructions, photographs and illustrations. Appendices include information on drugs that should not be crushed, dialyzable drugs, and how to identify drugs with additives. It has a lay-flat, pocket-sized format.
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Principles of Medication Administration
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