A to Z Drug Facts

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David S. Tatro
Facts & Comparisons, 2003 - Drogas - 1463 pages
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This compact, portable, alphabetically organized drug reference provides quick access to current, reliable information on more than 4500 commonly prescribed medications. Each drug monograph is divided into pharmacological and patient care considerations, and includes action, indications, contraindications, route/dosage, interactions, lab test interferences, adverse reactions, precautions/warnings, administration/storage, assessment/interventions, and patient/family education. Icons and a second colour are used to help readers quickly locate the information they are looking for. A colour identification section enables readers to identify drugs by appearance. Coverage includes up-to-date FDA approvals, investigational and orphan drugs, and indications for labeled, unlabelled, and orphan uses.

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Drug Monographs A to Z
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Tatro, Drug Information Analyst.

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