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The 2005 PDRr Nurse's Drug HandbookT continues to set the standard for drug information. Over 1,000 of the latest and most common FDA-approved drugs comprise this essential nursing resource. Each drug monograph contains detailed facts concerning dosage; action/kinetics; interactions; contraindications; as well as nursing considerations to foster the safest patient care possible. By stressing medication error prevention, bioterrorism preparedness, and clinical responsibility, it is the clear choice for the practicing professional. N E W T O T H I S E D I T I O N "Black box" drug alert icons identify particularly dangerous drugs with serious side effects Sound-alike drug names specified to reduce potential for medication error Life-threatening side effects called out for easy identification Benefits: *Drug Therapy for common conditions, such as arthritis, hypertension, hepatitis, and diabetes *Herbal drug interactions, recognizing the growth of patient self-medication
Table of Contents
Alphabetically by Drug name
Also includes Classifications chapter
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