Medication Teaching Manual: The Guide to Patient Drug Information

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American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2004 - Medical - 548 pages
Ensuring medication safety and achieving the desired results from drug therapy depends more than ever on providing patients with a single, reliable source of information on their medications. Now in its eighth edition, the Medication Teaching Manual features fully updated "take-home" patient information and instructions on the most frequently prescribed drugs, plus hundreds more. Included is straightforward information on dosing, precautions, possible side effects and interactions, and more -- all in clear, concise language patients will find unambiguous and easy to follow. Book jacket.

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