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by Milagros Fernandez PharmD,Lydia Calix BS Pharm RPh

eBook Modell's Drugs in Current Use and New Drugs, 2005, 51st Edition (Modell's Drugs in Current Use  New Drugs) download ISBN: 0826170951
Author: Milagros Fernandez PharmD,Lydia Calix BS Pharm RPh
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company; 51 edition (January 3, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 414
ePub: 1947 kb
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Modell's Drugs in Current Use and New Drugs, 2006 Lydia Calix BS Pharm RPh (Ed., Milagros Fernandez PharmD (Ed. Springer Science+Business Media, 2006. Springer Science+Business Media, 2004 . catalog.

by Milagros Fernandez. Highlights include a glossary listing the common side effects of the drugs. Special attention is given to the new drugs with expanded patient care implications for nurses and other allied health professionals.

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Why do some drugs exist in salt forms? Over 50% of all drug molecules used in medicine exist as salts, most frequently . Monograph Naming Policy for Salt Drug Substances in Drug Products and Compounded Preparations1 (the USP Salt Policy). Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Why do some drugs exist in salt forms? Over 50% of all drug molecules used in medicine exist as salts, most frequently as the hydrochloride, sodium, or sulfate salts. Drug are often formed as a weak acid or base, but this drug form is not always optimal for dissolution or absorption into your body. Without absorption, a drug cannot have a therapeutic effect, so some forms require a salt.

The compact format contains essential information on nearly 1100 generic drugs, with cross references.

The compact format contains essential information on nearly 1,100 generic drugs, with cross references to over 1,200 trade names.

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The main focus is on the drugs in current use for therapeutic reasons. Those used for diagnostic purposes such as vaccines are not included. The text provides the necessary understanding so that those who read it should be comfortable in managing the pharmaceutical care of patients. The glossary of side effects is an enabling means of gaining insight into any drug reaction of any patient

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"Now in its fifty-first year, this annually updated drug reference provides succinct information on the new drugs of this year and on medications in current use. It offers a concise and portable alternative to the "mega" drug reference volumes available elsewhere. The compact format contains essential information on nearly 1,100 generic drugs, with cross references to over 1,200 trade names. Highlights include a glossary listing the common side effects of the drugs. Special attention is given to the new drugs with expanded patient care implications for nurses and other allied health professionals."