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by Marilyn W. Edmunds
Author: Marilyn W. Edmunds
Publisher: Brady (January 1, 1985)
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Nursing Drug Reference: A Practitioner's Guide. by Marilyn W Edmunds. ISBN 9780893037215 (978-0-89303-721-5) Hardcover, Brady, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'Nursing Drug Reference: A Practitioner's Guide'. Procedures for the Primary Care Practitioner.
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The spiral/lay flat binding allows users to easily refer to book in a clinical setting. This easy to use handbook provides focused content for both basic and advanced procedures within the scope of practice for nurse practitioners. An introductory chapter covers legal, educational, and reimbursement factors related to performing procedures.
New features include prototype drug lists in the coverage of drug classes that receive expanded coverage, detailed patient teaching guidelines, expanded content in both the geriatric and pediatric chapters, a special icon identifying the Top 200 Drugs, and highlighted Clinical Alerts. com/y5jnf2y8 (Pharmacology for the Primary Care Provider).
Written by nationally known nurse practitioner Marilyn Edmunds, Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology highlights "must-know" drugs - the ones seen most often in clinical practice. A focus on understanding drug classes rather than memorizing individual drugs helps you understand the actions and uses of drug classes and provides a framework for safe, effective practice as new drugs are introduced and as existing drugs are withdrawn from the market.