Arthur J. Winfield, R. Michael E. Richards
Churchill Livingstone, 1998 - Pharmacie - 523 pages
Introducing the 2nd Edition of the standard text on pharmaceutical practice. Totally rewritten and updated, this book describes the day- to-day activities of the hospital or community pharmacist, including the preparation and dispensing of medication and the pharmacist-patient relationship. This edition also features new chapters and chapter summary boxes throughout.
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