The small and conveniently sized quick-reference Stockley's Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2014 continues to provide the busy healthcare professional with a trustworthy, affordable and practical clinical reference on drug interactions and their management. It draws on the wealth of clinically evaluated, evidence-based information on drug - drug, drug - herb and drug - food interactions that is presented in the latest revalidated updates of the full reference work, Stockley's Drug Interactions.
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Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2014 is a portable, easy-to-use, quick-reference guide to common drug interactions for the busy healthcare professional. Based on the fully researched and revalidated monographs in the latest updates of Stockley’s Drug Interactions, it gives evidence-based guidance on the management of common drug–drug, drug–herb, and drug–food interactions, in the familiar style of the Stockley family products. · Quick-reference format summarises the interaction and management advice; · Easy-to-use severity rating symbols offer guidance to the user on the clinical significance of the interaction; · Includes over 2250 interaction monographs, including 270 new monographs; · New and updated interactions advice, including the addition of drugs such as alosetron, apixaban, cobicistat, dabigatran, elvitegravir, linagliptin, and rivaroxaban; · Structured alphabetically for ease of searching, with a comprehensive back-of-book index; · An essential clinical reference for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. From reviews of previous editions of Stockley's Drug Interactions Pocket Companion: ‘This is a great pocket guide for healthcare professionals. As more drugs come to market, it is increasingly difficult to quickly discern if an interaction is clinically relevant and if the risks outweigh the benefits. This book is very useful in providing this information and aiding in prescribing decisions.’ Doody’s Notes ‘The text provides valuable information on severity and management of drug interactions. The size of the text makes it very portable...’ Annals of Pharmacotherapy Claire L Preston is one of the Editors of Stockley’s Drug Interactions and works at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, UK.
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Descrizione libro Pharmaceutical Press, 1900. Condizione libro: Very Good. 1st Edition. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Codice libro della libreria GRP96211579