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Pharmacology: Drug Therapy and Nursing Considerations

by Roger T. Malseed

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This text is a reference source of information on safe and effective drug therapy. It provides information on the general principles of pharmacology, including pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, methods of administration, adverse effects and drug interactions. Up-to-date drug information is conveniently organized by body system and presented in table format for easy access to specific information. Nursing management sections have been expanded to help students deliver exceptional patient care and address topics such as drug therapy interventions and patient education guidelines.

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