Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses

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F.A. Davis, 2003 - Medical - 1257 pages
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This text is a comprehensive, contemporary and easy-to-use drug reference. The book features 4600 trade and generic drugs; and 50 monographs new to the edition, along with all the latest FDA information on new medications/warnings, dosage forms and unlabelled uses, life-span considerations and product withdrawals. IV information includes: dose; dilution; syringe/Y-site/additive/solution compatibility and incompatibility; rate; clinical precautions; direct IV; intermittent infusion; continuous infusion; life-span considerations; and IV compatibility and incompatibility. 475 commonly used combination drugs are completely updated and side effects organized by body systems with the most frequent problems underlined and life-threatening problems capitalized and set in a second colour for easy identification.

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User Review  - krisme2011 - Overstock.com

This seems to be a popular Drug guide with nursing schools. My work has also been buying Davis's Drug Guides for staff reference. It is easy to look up meds. The appendices are helpful. It comes with ... Read full review

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