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Pharmacology: Field Reference Guide

by Richard K. Beck

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803601336, Spiral-bound)

This pocket-sized handbook, based on Beck's best selling text Pharmacology for Prehospital Emergency Care, is an indispensable reference for paramedics and paramedic students. Containing pertinent information on the 73 drugs most commonly administered by paramedics, its small size makes it useful when carrying a larger text is not feasible or convenient. In the hospital or emergency setting, this handy reference guide can fit in a lab coat or be conveniently stored in the ambulance or helicopter. The guide is dividend into three sections: adult, pediatric and general. Because most patients encountered by the paramedic are adults, this section appears first. American Heart Association treatment algorithms are included for easy reference. Medications are listed in alphabetical order by generic name so that the paramedic can locate them rapidly.

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