Physicians' Desk Reference
Medical Economics Company, 1999 - Medical - 3506 pages
Healthcare professionals have turned to "PDR" for the latest word on prescription drugs for over 53 years. This 54th edition is over 3,000 pages with a larger, easier-to-read format that fits more information per page than ever before. Users will find the most complete information on over 4,000 drugs by generic and brand name, manufacturer, and product category. The "PDR" also provides usage information and warnings, drug interactions, dosages, adverse reactions, pediatric use, and much more.
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