By Amy M. Karch
Quick A-to-Z entry to present, exact Drug Information!
The 2012 Lippincott's Nursing Drug Guide, the great nursing drug source for nurses and nursing scholars, is now up-to-date with greater than 1,200 additions and alterations to supply the main actual drug info available.
This complete drug advisor accommodates the nursing approach to supply vast drugs info, with whole monographs on seven-hundred universal drugs—including 15 new drugs—and appendices that summarize key info on two hundred much less time-honored medicines. equipped alphabetically through primary drug identify, this drug source offers quickly entry to the knowledge had to hinder drug mistakes and administer drugs thoroughly and accurately.
The 2012 Lippincott's Nursing Drug advisor offers:
* greater than 1,200 new additions, adjustments, and updates on symptoms, dosages, and administration
* NEW indicators to MRSA-risk antibiotics
* NEW “Tall Man” lettering to avoid confusion of equally named medications
* NEW appendix of drug-related web pages, together with the nutrients and Drug management (FDA) and facilities for sickness keep watch over (CDC) sites
* entire monographs containing commonly used and alternate names, pronunciations, being pregnant probability classification, managed substance time table, drug periods, healing activities, symptoms, contraindications and cautions, on hand varieties, dosages, pharmacokinetics, IV proof, opposed results, interactions, and nursing considerations—including evaluation, interventions, educating issues
* A photo "alert" image for medicinal drugs that can't be beaten, lower, or chewed
* A 32-page full-color picture consultant to tablets and pills
* Icons making a choice on risky medications and new symptoms
* Interactions by means of drug-drug, drug-food, drug-lab exams, and drug-alternative remedy
* An appendix for top practices on disposal of medicines
* An appendix of sufferer instructing to avoid medicine mistakes
* An appendix with mini-monographs on over two hundred much less accepted drugs
On the better half website—NEW drug info and resources!
* NCLEX-style evaluate questions
* Patient-teaching aids and different sufferer protection resources
* information for designated populations
* Reference tools
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