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ISBN:0443043787
Author: C. R. Henney
ISBN13: 978-0443043789
Title: A Handbook of Drugs in Nursing Practice
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Language: English
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone (June 1, 1992)
Pages: 384

A Handbook of Drugs in Nursing Practice by C. R. Henney



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Series: Nursing Drug Handbook. Paperback: 1800 pages. This is a very thorough book. I've been a nurse for over 20 years and I still have to use it both for drugs that have been around for years and new drugs.

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All content in this must have nursing drug handbook, is tailored for nurses and midwives in Australia and New Zealand. User-friendly and fully up-to-date, this indispensible nursing e-book delivers safe drug administration information regarding form, action, use, dose, adverse effects and interactions in compliance with current pharmaceutical guidelines by the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA). Each therapeutic drug class features a detailed description, followed by an A-Z of drugs within that class

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This is an alphabetical list of commonly used drugs that emphasizes what nurses need to know and understand about drug presentation, action, usage and dosage. It notes recent changes and developments and has been updated with the addition of new drugs and the omission of others now less commonly used. There is a consistent use of headings for each drug given so that familiarity can be gained with the layout. There are two indices of drugs, by proprietary name and by pharmaceutical name and the apendices include metric weight and other measures. Legal requirements for security and administration are covered and special points for nurse monitoring are included.