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by Philip O. Anderson

eBook Handbook of Clinical Drug Data epub
  • ISBN: 0071124454
  • Author: Philip O. Anderson
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing; 10I.S.ed edition (January 31, 2002)
  • Pages: 1148 pages
  • ePUB size: 1126 kb
  • FB2 size 1627 kb
  • Formats docx lrf lrf lit


But I can say that this has been the most helpful drug reference that a clinician can have, particularly if they are in a position where they are looked at to offer expertise on how to manage drug therapy. The sections on Patient Instructions, Adverse Reactions and monitoring parameters are especially useful, as are the notes and drug class charts.

This book has a light amount of wear to the pages, cover and binding.

Start by marking Handbook of Clinical Drug Data as Want to Read . Suitable for physicians, pharmacists, and pharmacy students, this book helps readers to compare and contrast various drugs within drug categories, thereby enabling them to make decisions on which drug to administer.

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Data that compared the toxicity of these two regimens were still limited at Sanglah Hospital, Denpasar. Erratum: Correction to handbook of clinical drug data (AJHP (530)).

Philip O. Anderson, James E. Knoben, William G. Troutman. This classic, authoritative guide to the clinical use of drugs is the superior source of evaluative and comparative information on over 1,200 drugs in common use. Written by 36 top clinicians. Part 1, Drug Monographs, covers 10 major drug categories, subdivided into therapeutic groups for easy comparison. Unique tables provide data for choosing the optimal drug for specific patients.

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Автор: Andersob Название: Handbook of clinical drug data Издательство: McGraw-Hill Классификация . It provides a wealth of clinical information on the use and misuse of drugs not found in any other drug reference.

will be useful to all health care professionals in a clinical setting.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Part I: Drug Monographs. Analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs - Antimigraine drugs - Antomicrobial drugs - Antineoplastics, unosuppressants - Cardiovascular drugs - Central nervous system drugs - Gastrointestinal drugs - Hematologic drugs - Hormonal drugs - Renal and electrolytes - Respiratory drugs - Part II: Clinical Drug Information.

Comments: (3)
Shazel
I started with this book back in approximately 1985 in pharmacy school now I own the 10th version, can't wait for the 11th, it is a very handy quick reference. I highly recommend it for the student as well as the professional.
Anayalore
A great book to have for a pharmacy residency. It is a wealth of great information and has a lot of tables that are useful. The book came perfect and I have no complaints
Kit
I can see that the last edition of this book received poor reviews (even if the sample size was miniscule). But I can say that this is the most helpful drug reference that a clinician can have, particularly if they are in a position where they are looked upon to offer expertise on how to manage drug therapy. The sections on Patient Instructions, Adverse Reactions and monitoring parameters are especially useful, as are the notes and drug class charts.

What makes this such an incredible reference - particularly while participating on rounds - is how concise and informative it is, while putting each monograph into the context of what information is most helpful to your choice of agent and how to manage it. You are not only provided with information that is pertinent to the specific drug, but with information that contextualizes its proper use within each therapeutic category. Some bumpkin in the last edition's comments complained that patients are not prescribed classes of drugs, but individual drugs. That makes me curious as to how he decides to go with one medication over any other in that class. And I can only hope his criteria are as objective, concise and informative as this guide. That's a hard combination of demands to achieve, and yet Handbook of Clinical Drug Data pulls it off admirably, in my estimation.

I'll wait until the newest edition comes out this April to purchase another copy for work. I hope it continues in the tradition of the previous two, and best of luck to the publisher. In a field that is as information-rich as it is constantly changing, Handbook of Clinical Drug Data definitely stands out and deserves recognition among the available guides and texts. There is no better pocket guidebook for a clinical pharmacist to use and I would advise any pharmacy student, both those whom I regularly precept and any others, to set aside their on-line or paperback editions of Lexi-Comp for at least a few months and pick up a copy of this.
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