PDR Nurse's Drug Handbook: The Information Standard for Prescription Drugs and Nursing Considerations

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Delmar Learning, 2003 - Medical - 1589 pages
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The most practical tool in drug information for nurses, the PDR is a comprehensive resource of over 1,000 monographs that include action/kinetics; uses; interactions; overdose management; contraindications; nursing considerations; and patient teaching. New features include an expanded Bioterrorism Appendix and bonus drug monographs on the website, nursespdr.com.

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2006 PDR Nurse's Drug Handbook (Pdr Nurse's Drug Handbook)

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This volume is smaller than its ponderous cousin, the Physicians' Desk Reference , yet contains more than 1000 entries for the newest and most commonly administered drugs. Since nurses often discuss ... Read full review

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Former positions have included Dean, School of Pharmacy, West Virginia Univ.; Associate Dean for Professional Programs, School of Pharmacy, Purdue Univ.; and, Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology, Indiana University School of Medicine. George is a current member of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and American Pharmacists Association. Recently completed a six-year term as a member of the Board of Directors, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

Adrienne L. Woods worked in nursing for more than 35 years with the last 15 as a Nurse Practitioner. Her experience includes psychiatry; acute medical and surgical floors; medical, surgical, and coronary I.C.U.; and E.R. settings. She has also been nurse manager of an I.C.U. and a nursing supervisor. Currently a clinical instructor and adjunct faculty member in the College of Nursing at the University of Delaware, she also works as a private consultant and with a professional union. Ms. Woods serves on a post-deployment team caring for Iraqi war veterans and polytrauma patients. In addition to various certifications, she was Awarded Delaware Nurse Practitioner Advocate by A.A.N.P. in 2009. Ms. Woods is a member of A.N.A., Sigma Theta Tau, A.A.N.P., and D.C.N.P.

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