PDR Nurses Handbook

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Delmar Cengage Learning, 1998 - Nursing - 1419 pages
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The PDR Nurse's Handbook gives users the full story from the nurse's perspective, on thousands of new and existing drugs. The Handbook is organized A to Z by generic name for quick look-up. The pharmacological information has been reviewed for accuracy. I.V. drugs are included. The Handbook is updated monthly on its companion Web site.

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Therapeutic Drug Classifications
Guidelines for specific nursing actions related to
Neuromuscular Blocking Agents

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About the author (1998)

George Spratto is a former Dean and Professor of Pharmacology in the School of Pharmacy at West Virginia University. He uses his pharmacology expertise required to effectively edit monographs, research market changes, and prioritize drug inclusion for The 2013 EDITION DELMAR NURSE'S DRUG HANDBOOK .

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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