Pearson Nurse's Drug Guide 2016 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
Pearson Nurse’s Drug Guide 2016 is ideal for courses in nursing curricula covering drugs and/or drug administration. It also serves as a useful reference for nursing professionals.
The information nurses need for safe, effective drug administration in any setting With over 400 updates, the new 2016 edition of the Pearson Nurse’s Drug Guide provides safe, effective, current, and accurate drug information in a quickly accessible format. Comprehensive and complete, it lists all drugs alphabetically by generic names for quick reference, with an index listing both generic and trade names. It presents important clinical information for hundreds of drugs, with adverse reactions, interactions, side effects, and impacts on lab results.
This new edition includes clearly delineated black box warnings, 23 monographs for new drugs recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and a new appendix on Topical Antifungal Medications. IV administration information has been updated regarding adults as well as children. These revisions include subheadings for IV preparation and administration of IV medications for children, which add to the ease of locating appropriate information by age.
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About the Author
Billie Ann Wilson is Professor Emerita in the School of Nursing at Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to entering nursing, she taught natural and physical sciences at the secondary and collegiate levels. She holds a BS in Biology from Boston College, an MS in Biology from Purdue University, a BS in Nursing from Northwestern State University of Louisiana, an MSN from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of New Orleans.
Margaret T. Shannon is Professor Emeritus of Nursing at Our Lady of Holy Cross College, New Orleans, Louisiana. She holds a BS and an MS in Chemistry, both from Saint Louis University; an MA in Teaching Biology from Saint Mary’s University, a BS in Nursing from Northwestern State University of Louisiana, an MSN from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of New Orleans. Prior to entering nursing, she taught physical science, natural science, and mathematics at the secondary and collegiate levels.
Kelly M. Shields is currently Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Ohio Northern University’s Raabe College of Pharmacy. She holds a Doctor of Pharmacy from Butler University and completed a fellowship in Natural Product Information and Research at University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has practiced pharmacy in retail, community, and academic settings and has worked as a freelance medical writer.
Table of Contents
About the Authors Editorial Review Panel Preface Classification Scheme and Prototype Drugs Alphabetical Entries for Generic Drugs Appendix A. Ocular Medications, Low Molecular Weight Heparins, Inhaled Corticosteroids, and Topical Corticosteroids Appendix B. U.S. Schedules of Controlled Substances Appendix C. FDA Pregnancy Categories Appendix D. Oral Dosage Forms That Should Not Be Crushed Appendix E. Prescription Combination Drugs Appendix F. Glossary of Key Terms, Clinical Conditions, and Associated Signs and Symptoms Appendix G. Abbreviations Appendix H. Herbal and Dietary Supplement Table Appendix I. Look-Alike, Sound-Alike Medications Appendix J. Vaccines Bibliography Index Common Drug IV-Site Compatibility Chart
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