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By David S. Tatro
This compact, moveable, alphabetically organised drug reference presents easy accessibility to present, trustworthy info on greater than 4,500 in general prescribed medications.Each drug monograph is split into pharmacological and sufferer care issues, and comprises motion, symptoms, contraindications, route/dosage, interactions, lab try interferences, antagonistic reactions, precautions/warnings, administration/storage, assessment/interventions, and patient/family education.Icons and a moment color are used to aid readers fast find the knowledge they're searching for. a color id part permits readers to spot medicines through visual appeal. insurance contains the most recent (US)FDA approvals, investigational and orphan medications, and symptoms for labelled, unlabelled, and orphan makes use of
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