By Leonard Gomella, Steven Haist, Aimee Adams, Kelly Smith
Exactly what you want to learn about a thousand of the main primary medications
Proving that usually much less is extra, this super-concise advisor contains greater than a thousand regularly occurring drugs in addition to crucial information on their choice and administration.
* geared up alphabetically via wide-spread drug identify * universal makes use of, mechanisms of motion, dosages (adult and pediatric), precautions/contraindications, shape provided, and notes/common unwanted side effects * up to date to hide greater than dozen new medicines and the elimination of gear from the marketplace * comprises directory of the medicines prepared by way of drug class * Summaries of the FDA "black box" precautions and contraindications
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