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Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs

Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Author Daniel L. Krinsky
ISBN-10 1582122253
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 1041
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Thoroughly updated and revised, the Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs: An Interactive Approach to Self-Care provides accessible information on nonprescription drug pharmacotherapy, nutritional supplements, medical foods, nondrug and preventive measures, and complementary and alternative therapies.



Handbook of Non prescription Drugs

Handbook of Non prescription Drugs Author
ISBN-10 CHI:76194762
Release 2006
Pages 1235
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Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs

Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Author Tim R. Covington
ISBN-10 0917330773
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 774
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Consumers today are increasingly more likely to treat their illnesses with OTC drug products without seeking advice from a physician. And advice about OTC medications is frequently sought from a pharmacist prior to a doctor's visit. APhA's Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 11th edition, is the essential resource to enhance your ability to provide consumers with OTC product and related information.



Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs

Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Author Rosemary R. Berardi
ISBN-10 1582120374
Release 2002-01
Pages 1190
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Comprehensive coverage on all options available to the self-treating patient. This worldwide standard on self-care and nonprescription products uses an evidence-based approach to establish the safety and effectiveness of self-care options for particular disorders. The book's interactive approach teaches students how to assess a disorder and recommend self-care options based on clinical studies, and patient factors and preferences. The 13th edition provides practitioners with quick access to OTC drug information, assessment techniques, treatment algorithms, assessment Q&A, case studies, and patient counseling information. An index lists major topics of each disorder, as well as generic and trade names of nonprescription products and dietary supplements.



Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs

Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs Author Rosemary Berardi
ISBN-10 1582120749
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 1235
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The worldwide standard and teaching resource on self-care and nonprescription products! The new and updated 15th Edition continues the book's interactive approach to teaching students how to assess a disorder and recommend self-care options based on clinical studies of safety and effectiveness, and on patient factors and preferences. The new edition also provides quick access to OTC drug information, complementary therapies, non-drug measures, treatment algorithms, assessment and triage techniques, and patient counseling tips.



The Practitioner s Quick Reference to Nonprescription Drugs

The Practitioner s Quick Reference to Nonprescription Drugs Author Cynthia Knapp Dlugosz
ISBN-10 1582121664
Release 2012
Pages 330
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Condensed from the 17th edition of the Handbook of nonprescription drugs.



Nonprescription Product Therapeutics

Nonprescription Product Therapeutics Author W. Steven Pray
ISBN-10 0781734983
Release 2006
Pages 887
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When it comes to helping customers make wiser and safer choices in their use of over-the-counter treatments, the pharmacist's best source of information is Nonprescription Product Therapeutics. This text emphasizes the pharmacist's role in triage--assessing the best nonprescription products for a client and knowing when medical conditions warrant a referral to another health professional. Organized by condition rather than by drug, the text is easy to consult, and complements a disease-based approach to therapeutics. Pharmacists will find useful information on ingredients, interactions, contraindications, and other essentials for helping customers choose appropriate nonprescription products. The Second Edition contains additional charts, drawings, illustrations, and tables. The book includes decision-making algorithms, case studies, patient counseling tips, and warnings on dangerous or life-threatening ingredients, actions, or situations. Another unique feature of this text is A Pharmacist's Journal--real-life reports from the front lines by an award-winning professor and researcher with over twenty years of experience in retail community pharmacy.



Handbook of nonprescription drugs

Handbook of nonprescription drugs Author American Pharmaceutical Association
ISBN-10 OCLC:663911229
Release 1967
Pages 160
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Handbook of Non prescription Drugs

Handbook of Non prescription Drugs Author George B. Griffenhagen
ISBN-10 LCCN:71090824
Release 1971
Pages 202
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OTC Pocket Guide

OTC Pocket Guide Author Sean Jansen
ISBN-10 1536893145
Release 2016-08-08
Pages 52
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The OTC Pocket Guide was made to give you the most vital information without excess nonsense. 52 full color pages covering all OTC topics you would face in the healthcare industry. This is a Over-the-Counter Medication reference guide covers all potential self care treatments from allergies to infections to vitamins and supplements. The guide was created by a Pharmacy student geared toward other healthcare professionals to use as a quick reference. The book is organized by chief complaint and includes the medications available (brand/generic), dosing, drug-drug interactions, contraindications, counseling points, and more, specifically for each topic. All information is from accredited medical sources not opinion.



Handbook of Food Drug Interactions

Handbook of Food Drug Interactions Author Beverly McCabe-Sellers
ISBN-10 020349024X
Release 2003-04-29
Pages 584
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With contributions from the fields of pharmacy, dietetics, and medicine, Handbook of Food-Drug Interactions serves as an interdisciplinary guide to the prevention and correction of negative food-drug interactions. Rather than simply list potential food-drug interactions, this book provides explanations and gives specific recommendations based on the frequency and severity of reactions. Each chapter brings together the unique talents and knowledge of practitioners in different disciplines who provide a clear, thorough treatment of this important subject.



Clinician s Handbook of Prescription Drugs

Clinician s Handbook of Prescription Drugs Author Seymour Ehrenpreis
ISBN-10 0071343857
Release 2001
Pages 979
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This manual presents information on all commonly prescribed therapeutic agents, making it easy for physicians to administer these agents safely and appropriately. Drug entries are organized alphabetically by generic name and cross-referenced by trade name.



The Peaceful Pill Handbook

The Peaceful Pill Handbook Author Philip Nitschke
ISBN-10 9780978878801
Release 2006-09-01
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Koda Kimble and Young s Applied Therapeutics

Koda Kimble and Young s Applied Therapeutics Author Brian K. Alldredge
ISBN-10 9781609137137
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 2519
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Rev. ed. of: Applied therapeutics: the clinical use of drugs / edited by Mary Anne Koda-Kimble ... [et al.]. 9th ed. c2009.



Handbook of Basic Pharmacokinetics Including Clinical Applications

Handbook of Basic Pharmacokinetics   Including Clinical Applications Author Wolfgang A. Ritschel
ISBN-10 1582121265
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 490
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First published in 1976, the Handbook of Basic Pharmacokinetics … including Clinical Applications, 7th edition remains a user-friendly consolidation of principles and techniques for practitioners, researchers, and students involved in the various applications of pharmacokinetics. The book is current, accurate, and presented in a manner that fosters clinical application. Ten of the previous edition’s 39 chapters have been substantially updated: “Absorption/Transport Mechanisms,” “Physicochemical Factors Altering Biological Performance of Drugs,” “Drug Biotransformation,” “Excretion and Clearance of Drugs,” “Pediatric Pharmacokinetics,” “First Dose Size in Man,” “Correlation of Clinical Response with Drug Disposition,” “Bioavailability and Bioequivalence,” “Extracorporeal Methods of Drug Removal,” and “Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics.” Pharmacokinetic data profiles on an additional 150 drugs have been added to the Appendix, which now provides accessible information on more than 790 drugs. Key Features: 39 chapters, 10 of which were substantially revised with new, relevant information and current reference citations More than 225 illustrations and tables Glossary Appendix comprises pharmacokinetic data on more than 790 drugs—more than 150 new to this edition—a highly useful resource for clinical practitioners



Complete Guide to Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs 2013

Complete Guide to Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs 2013 Author H. Winter Griffith
ISBN-10 9781101612415
Release 2012-11-06
Pages 1120
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This newly revised, expanded 2013 edition of the bestselling drug reference book features more than 6,000 brand names and 1,000 generic names plus: revised information on new FDA changes easy-to-use chart format for quick access to data information on dangerous interactions and side effects warnings and vital data for safe use comprehensive coverage of lifestyle drugs -- skin aging, obesity, sexual dysfunction, and more



The Legal Handbook for Pharmacy Technicians

The Legal Handbook for Pharmacy Technicians Author Diane L. Darvey
ISBN-10 1585282804
Release 2008-03-07
Pages 160
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The pharmacy profession is extensively regulated at both the Federal and State level. Legal requirements and regulations underpin all of the functional areas in which pharmacy technicians perform their duties. In a simple, straightforward style, the Legal Handbook for Pharmacy Technicians teaches pharmacy technicians the essentials on how pharmacy is regulated. Issues such as the role of laws and regulations; regulation of prescription and non-prescription drugs; FDA drug labeling, package inserts, and warnings; state registration and licensing of technicians; and confidentiality and privacy issues are covered in a concise, understandable way. Inside you’ll find detailed information on: Legal and regulatory systems for pharmacy in the U.S. Federal and state laws and regulations for drugs Controlled substance laws and regulations Confidentiality and privacy of patient records and information This guide also includes chapter learning objectives, key points, and chapter review questions and answers to prepare pharmacy technicians for the PTCB exam as well as their daily professional activities.