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Pocket Guide to Evaluations of Drug Interactions Out of Print--Limited Availability. This condensed, pocket (x ">) version of First DataBank's Evaluations of Drug Interactions is designed to facilitate quick access to drug interaction information most frequently needed by health : Frederic J. Zucchero, Mark J.
Hogan, Christine D. Sommer, John Patrick Curran. Pocket guide to evaluations of drug interactions Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Kristina L Teso, PharmD. Candidate(Purdue University School of Pharmacy) Description: The 5th edition of this handbook presents a concise guide of therapeutically relevant drug interactions and recommendations for handling the interactions when they arise.
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Drug–Drug Interactions is a comprehensive review of the scientific and regulatory perspectives of drug–drug interactions from the point-of-view of academia, industry, and government regulatory agencies.
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In addition to being a guide for pharmacy students in evaluating medical literature such as clinical studies, this book would benefit novice librarians who are looking to augment their collections. In particular, the chapters on tertiary, secondary, and Internet resources offer Author: Carmen Davidson.
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More than 70 drug monographs provide targeted pharmacologic information on indications, pharmacokinetics, dosages, adverse reactions, and drug interactions, including herbal and food interactions. Evaluation of Drug Interactions attempts, by means of panels of physicians, pharmacists, and pharmacologists, to evaluate the literature critically and indicate the clinical importance of reported drug interactions.
The book was assembled by 26 scientific review and five practitioner panels. This book is an improvement over available Author: Daniel L. Azarnoff. Medications in the same therapeutic class often share similar mechanisms of action, assessment guidelines, precautions, and interactions.
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Handbook of Drug Interactions: A Clinical and Forensic Guide addresses both types of drug interactions, emphasizing explanations when possible, and careful review of the general pharmacology.
The result, we hope, will prove useful to health and forensic professionals as well as medical, pharmacy, nursing and graduate students alike. Ashraf Mozayani.
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