Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference, 2011

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/27/2010
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical
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Exactly what you need to know about 1000 of the most commonly used medications

Praise for the last edition:

"A big plus is the herbal section, which lists the medicines patients are most likely to try on their own, presented in the same layout as the rest of the book for its size, this book is a valuable resource. It takes up very little pocket room, and it is an efficient way to recall details about familiar drugs."-Yale Journal of Biology & Medicine

Proving that sometimes less text can deliver more information, this super-concise guide covers more than one thousand of the most commonly use medications Organized alphabetically by generic drug name, Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference zeros in on must know information such as selection and administration, mechanisms of action, dosage, cautions, contraindications, and side effects.

Author Biography

Leonard G. Gomella, M.D. is Chair of Urology at Thomas Jefferson University Medical College.
.Steven Haist, M.D. and Aimee G. Adams, PharmD. are affiliated with the University of Kentucky School of Medicine.


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Awesome March 13, 2011
Inside this textbook, there's more than just the drugs. The reason I like this particular drug reference book is because it has just the right amount of information that pharmacy tech students need however, very cheap. I like how it also has easy to read tables with emergency cardiac care medication guidelines, drug enzymes, topical steroid dosage forms, and much more. It beats references that are several times the size of it.
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