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A comprehensive, annual guide for nursing students and practicing nurses, the 2013 Lippincott's Nursing Drug Guideprovides quick A-to-Z access to current, vital drug information. The book has complete monographs for more than 700 common drugs. In addition, an appendix summarizes key information on more than 200 less commonly used drugs. Complete monographs contain generic and trade names, pronunciations, pregnancy risk category, controlled substance schedule (if appropriate), drug classes, therapeutic actions, indications, contraindications and cautions, available forms, dosages, pharmacokinetics, IV facts (if appropriate), adverse effects, interactions, and a nursing considerations section based on nursing process steps including assessment, interventions, and teaching points. The book also includes a 32-page full-color photo guide to pills and capsules for easy reference and multiple additional appendices that summarize key clinical information. This is the only drug book to include a "DO NOT CRUSH" logo so nurses can quickly identify medications that should not be crushed - a key patient safety feature. The Web Toolkit provides convenient features including FDA warnings, new drug and herb updates, medication administration and safety videos, dosage calculator, patient teaching handouts, pharmacology animations, English-Spanish audio medical and medication administration terms and phrases, audio generic drug pronunciations, medication administration procedures, NCLEX-style questions, mechanisms of action of selected drug classes, foods that contain tyramine, one free CE test plus additional CE discounts, and various handy charts and information, such as controlled substance schedules, I.V. drug incompatibility, dialyzable drugs, toxic drug-drug interactions, and much more.
Table of Contents
Preface Nursing process guidelines Patient safety and medication administration
Alphabetical listing of drugs by generic name
Appendix A: Alternative and complementary therapies
Appendix B: Important dietary guidelines for patient teaching
Appendix C: Drugs that interact with grapefruit juice
Appendix D: Intramuscular and subcutaneous routes of administration
Appendix E: Calculating pediatric dosages
Appendix F: Federal drug classifications
\u00b7 FDA pregnancy categories
\u00b7 DEA schedules of controlled substances
Appendix G: Cardiovascular guidelines
Appendix H: Normal laboratory values
Appendix I: Canadian drug information
\u00b7 Narcotics, controlled drugs, benzodiazepines, and other targeted substances
\u00b7 Adverse reaction reporting: Pharmaceuticals, biologics, natural health products, radiopharmaceuticals
\u00b7 Canada Vigilance Regional Offices
Appendix J: Commonly used Canadian drugs
Appendix K: Topical drugs
Appendix L: Ophthalmic drugs
Appendix M: Laxatives
Appendix N: Combination products by therapeutic class
Appendix O: Frequently used combination products by trade name
Appendix P: Hormonal contraceptives
Appendix Q: Commonly used biologicals
Appendix R: Less commonly used drugs
Appendix S: Drugs commonly used to treat specific disorders< NEW>
Appendix T: Quick guide to reputable Internet sites
Quick-access full-color photo guide to pills and capsules