Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses
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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