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Mosby's 2021 Nursing Drug Reference

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Mosby's 2021 Nursing Drug Reference

This reference has the facts you need for more than 1,300 generic and 4,500 trade name drugs.

Trusted for over 25 years this portable full-color drug reference is easy to navigate and provides safety features that help you practice knowledgeable safe medication dispensing. Content on more than 5,000 generic and brand-name drugs covers almost every drug you are likely to encounter in clinicals. Side effects information logically organized by body system and identified as common or life threatening shows you the important and intricate signs to watch for during assessments. This guide also includes complete pharmacokinetic tables that explain the mechanism and absorption of the drug as well as the action duration and excretion of the drug. Whether you’re in the classroom or in clinicals Mosby's 2021 Nursing Drug Reference 34th Edition is the all-in-one drug reference you need. 

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Approximately 25 monographs on newly released, FDA-approved drugs give you the intricate details you need both in the classroom and clinicals. Each monograph includes new interactions, precautions, alerts, patient teaching instructions, and other need-to-know information — so you’ll feel confident in the accuracy of the information and in preventing medication dispensing errors. Up-to-date content on drug therapies provides you with instant access to the latest information.

Paperback, 2021 edition

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