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Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 7th Edition
1376 pages | Publisher: Saunders; 7th edition (July 29, 2009) | ISBN: 1416062491 | PDF | 36.1 Mb
A prototype drug approach uses one drug within each drug family that characterizes all members of its group to give you the knowledge you need to learn not only about related drugs currently on the market, but also about those drugs that will be released once the student begins practice.
Uses large print to identify essential "need-to-know" information and small print to identify "nice-to-know" information
Concise drug summary tables present quick reference to detailed information on individual drugs, including class, generic and trade names, dosages, routes, and indications.
End-of-chapter Key Points are summarized in a bulleted format to facilitate your review of the most important concepts in each chapter.
Patient and family teaching content is highlighted to emphasize this key content and provide you with critical information to include in teaching patients about drugs and effects and stresses points for educating family members when they will be helping to care for the patient.
Provides Anatomy and Physiology and Pathophysiology reviews at the beginning of chapters to help you understand the relationships pharmacology and the biologic systems that drugs influence.
A comprehensive collection of appendixes includes a concise overview of Canadian drug information, gender-related drugs, drug administration techniques, normal laboratory values, and much more.
Includes numerous new drugs and formulations recently approved by the FDA to keep you current with today's drug therapy practice.
Special Interest Topic boxes address late-breaking issues in pharmacology that have recently emerged in the media so you can learn the current events that may affect them in practice.
Extensive revision to the Cancer Chemotherapy unit provides you with up-to-date information on new drug therapy in this complex and rapidly changing area of practice.
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