Pdr Guide To Drug Interactions, Side Effects, Indications,Contraindication S, 1997 (51st Ed, 1997)
This companion volume to the "Physician's Desk Reference" provides identification of potential problems and drug alternatives. As more patients are placed on complicated multiple-drug regimes, each new prescription poses an ever greater risk of potential problems. The book acts as a source to catalogue interactions, side-effects and indications by both generic and specific brand names for detailed information at a glance. Cross-referenced to the 1997 "PDR", the book gives readers a complete system of drug research, including: interactions - listed by brand and generic names; side-effects - specific signs, symptoms or abnormalities can be looked up to see if any prescribed medication may be the source of the problem; indications - identifying the alternative medications whenever a prescribing conflict occurs; and a contraindications index - a comprehensive listing of drugs that must not be prescribed in the presence of a given medical conditions, narrowing down therapeutic alternatives.
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