Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses
Now in its sixth edition "Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses" remains the most comprehensive, current, and bestselling drug reference available. All drug entries have been updated, and the concise format offers quick clinical look-up. Includes 150 new monographs, along with the latest FDA information on new medications/warnings, dosage forms, and unlabeled uses, life span considerations, and product withdrawals.
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