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Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses.

By: Vallerand, April Hazard.
Contributor(s): Sanoski, Cynthia A | Deglin, Judith Hopfer.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Company, 2012Edition: 13th ed.Description: 1 online resource (1521 p.).ISBN: 9780803637078.Subject(s): Drug therapy -- Nursing -- Handbooks | Drugs -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Pharmaceutical preparations -- Administration and dosage -- Handbooks | Pharmacology, Clinical -- Methods -- HandbooksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Davis's Drug Guide for NursesDDC classification: 615.1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Copyright; Dedication; Consultants; F.A. Davis Pharmacologic Publications Advisory Board; Contents; HOW TO USE DAVIS'S DRUG GUIDE FOR NURSES; EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AND PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS: Implications for Nurses; PHARMACOGENOMICS; MEDICATION ERRORS: Improving Practices and Patient Safety; DETECTING AND MANAGING ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS; OVERVIEW OF RISK EVALUATION AND MITIGATION SYSTEMS (REMS); SPECIAL DOSING CONSIDERATIONS; The Pediatric Patient; The Geriatric Patient; The Patient of Reproductive Age; Renal Disease; Liver Disease; Heart Failure; Body Size; Drug Interactions
EDUCATING PATIENTS ABOUT SAFE MEDICATION USECLASSIFICATIONS; ANTI-ALZHEIMER'S AGENTS; ANTIANEMICS; ANTIANGINALS; ANTIANXIETY AGENTS; ANTIARRHYTHMICS; ANTIASTHMATICS; ANTICHOLINERGICS; ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTICONVULSANTS; MEDICATION SAFETY TOOLS; PEDIATRIC INTRAVENOUS MEDICATION QUICK REFERENCE CHART; BEERS CRITERIA; DRUGS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF FALLS IN THE ELDERLY; LIST OF CONFUSED DRUG NAMES; DO NOT CRUSH!; FDA-APPROVED LIST OF GENERIC DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS; ISMP LIST OF ADDITIONAL DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS; ANTIDEPRESSANTS; ANTIDIABETICS; ANTIDIARRHEALS
ANTIEMETICSANTIFUNGALS; ANTIHISTAMINES; ANTIHYPERTENSIVES; ANTI-INFECTIVES; ANTINEOPLASTICS; ANTIPARKINSON AGENTS; ANTIPLATELET AGENTS; ANTIPSYCHOTICS; ANTIPYRETICS; ANTIRETROVIRALS; ANTIRHEUMATICS; ANTITUBERCULARS; ANTIULCER AGENTS; ANTIVIRALS; BETA BLOCKERS; BONE RESORPTION INHIBITORS; BRONCHODILATORS; CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS; CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANTS; CORTICOSTEROIDS; DIURETICS; HORMONES; IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS; LAXATIVES; LIPID-LOWERING AGENTS; MINERALS/ELECTROLYTES/pH MODIFIERS; NATURAL/HERBAL PRODUCTS; NONOPIOID ANALGESICS; NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS; OPIOID ANALGESICS
SEDATIVE/HYPNOTICSSKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS; THROMBOLYTICS; VACCINES/IMMUNIZING AGENTS; VASCULAR HEADACHE SUPPRESSANTS; VITAMINS; WEIGHT CONTROL AGENTS; DRUG MONOGRAPHS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY GENERIC NAME; LESS COMMONLY USED DRUGS; NATURAL/HERBAL PRODUCTS; APPENDICES; APPENDIX A: Recent Drug Approvals; APPENDIX B: Combination Drugs; APPENDIX C: Ophthalmic Medications; APPENDIX D: Medication Administration Techniques; APPENDIX E: Formulas Helpful for Calculating Doses; APPENDIX F: Body Surface Area Nomograms; APPENDIX G: Normal Values of Common LaboratoryTests
APPENDIX H: Commonly Used AbbreviationsAPPENDIX I: Pregnancy Categories; APPENDIX J: Controlled Substances Schedules; APPENDIX K: Equianalgesic Dosing Guidelines; APPENDIX L: Recommendations for the Safe Handlingof Hazardous Drugs*; APPENDIX M: Food Sources for Specific Nutrients; APPENDIX N: Insulins and Insulin Therapy; APPENDIX O: Canadian and U.S. Pharmaceutical Practices; APPENDIX P: Routine Pediatric and Adults Immunizations; APPENDIX Q: Administering Medications to Children General; APPENDIX R: Pediatric Dosage Calculations; APPENDIX S: Pediatric Fluid and Electrolyte Requirements
APPENDIX T: Early Management of Anaphylactic Reactions
Summary: The information nurses need. . . when, where, and how they need it!
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Copyright; Dedication; Consultants; F.A. Davis Pharmacologic Publications Advisory Board; Contents; HOW TO USE DAVIS'S DRUG GUIDE FOR NURSES; EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AND PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS: Implications for Nurses; PHARMACOGENOMICS; MEDICATION ERRORS: Improving Practices and Patient Safety; DETECTING AND MANAGING ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS; OVERVIEW OF RISK EVALUATION AND MITIGATION SYSTEMS (REMS); SPECIAL DOSING CONSIDERATIONS; The Pediatric Patient; The Geriatric Patient; The Patient of Reproductive Age; Renal Disease; Liver Disease; Heart Failure; Body Size; Drug Interactions

EDUCATING PATIENTS ABOUT SAFE MEDICATION USECLASSIFICATIONS; ANTI-ALZHEIMER'S AGENTS; ANTIANEMICS; ANTIANGINALS; ANTIANXIETY AGENTS; ANTIARRHYTHMICS; ANTIASTHMATICS; ANTICHOLINERGICS; ANTICOAGULANTS; ANTICONVULSANTS; MEDICATION SAFETY TOOLS; PEDIATRIC INTRAVENOUS MEDICATION QUICK REFERENCE CHART; BEERS CRITERIA; DRUGS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF FALLS IN THE ELDERLY; LIST OF CONFUSED DRUG NAMES; DO NOT CRUSH!; FDA-APPROVED LIST OF GENERIC DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS; ISMP LIST OF ADDITIONAL DRUG NAMES WITH TALL MAN LETTERS; ANTIDEPRESSANTS; ANTIDIABETICS; ANTIDIARRHEALS

ANTIEMETICSANTIFUNGALS; ANTIHISTAMINES; ANTIHYPERTENSIVES; ANTI-INFECTIVES; ANTINEOPLASTICS; ANTIPARKINSON AGENTS; ANTIPLATELET AGENTS; ANTIPSYCHOTICS; ANTIPYRETICS; ANTIRETROVIRALS; ANTIRHEUMATICS; ANTITUBERCULARS; ANTIULCER AGENTS; ANTIVIRALS; BETA BLOCKERS; BONE RESORPTION INHIBITORS; BRONCHODILATORS; CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS; CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANTS; CORTICOSTEROIDS; DIURETICS; HORMONES; IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS; LAXATIVES; LIPID-LOWERING AGENTS; MINERALS/ELECTROLYTES/pH MODIFIERS; NATURAL/HERBAL PRODUCTS; NONOPIOID ANALGESICS; NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS; OPIOID ANALGESICS

SEDATIVE/HYPNOTICSSKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS; THROMBOLYTICS; VACCINES/IMMUNIZING AGENTS; VASCULAR HEADACHE SUPPRESSANTS; VITAMINS; WEIGHT CONTROL AGENTS; DRUG MONOGRAPHS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY GENERIC NAME; LESS COMMONLY USED DRUGS; NATURAL/HERBAL PRODUCTS; APPENDICES; APPENDIX A: Recent Drug Approvals; APPENDIX B: Combination Drugs; APPENDIX C: Ophthalmic Medications; APPENDIX D: Medication Administration Techniques; APPENDIX E: Formulas Helpful for Calculating Doses; APPENDIX F: Body Surface Area Nomograms; APPENDIX G: Normal Values of Common LaboratoryTests

APPENDIX H: Commonly Used AbbreviationsAPPENDIX I: Pregnancy Categories; APPENDIX J: Controlled Substances Schedules; APPENDIX K: Equianalgesic Dosing Guidelines; APPENDIX L: Recommendations for the Safe Handlingof Hazardous Drugs*; APPENDIX M: Food Sources for Specific Nutrients; APPENDIX N: Insulins and Insulin Therapy; APPENDIX O: Canadian and U.S. Pharmaceutical Practices; APPENDIX P: Routine Pediatric and Adults Immunizations; APPENDIX Q: Administering Medications to Children General; APPENDIX R: Pediatric Dosage Calculations; APPENDIX S: Pediatric Fluid and Electrolyte Requirements

APPENDIX T: Early Management of Anaphylactic Reactions

The information nurses need. . . when, where, and how they need it!

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