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THE HANDS-ON GUIDE TO PRACTICAL PRESCRIBING


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    The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing is a concise, easy-to-use guide to the practical aspects of pharmacology for junior doctors who are making the transition from studying pharmacology to prescribing drugs for the first time.This new addition to 'The hands-on guide' series brings together the core pharmacological knowledge required by house officers, structured in a way to address the very hands-on, practical aspects of prescribing. This book is not designed to replace the factual drug information in the BNF, but to complement and build upon it, so that The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing provides junior doctors with a solid guide to prescribing in the clinical setting.Beginning with the general principles of prescribing and basics of writing a prescription form, the book guides you through topics such as using the BNF, drug interactions and monitoring toxicity, before moving on to cover both surgical and medical topics such as preoperative and postoperative patients, prophylaxis, organ failure and diabetes.The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing is a problem-based book that covers the common problems and questions a house officer might encounter, and will be an invaluable guide to life on the wards. The authors are specialist registrars in medicine and surgery, have undertaken SHO and registrar posts in the major specialities and also write and teach regularly on clinical pharmacology.Pre-publication quote‘Clinical pharmacology is an area that is very poorly taught at medical schools and in many cases not taught at all. Therefore it would seem to make sense to have a book that addresses these deficiencies. [It] covers the most important areas as far as the house officer is concerned.’ SHO, LeedsTitles of related interest The Hands-on Guide for House OfficersA. Donald & M. SteinSecond edition 2002, 272 pages0 632 05331 3Medical Pharmacology at a GlanceM.J. NealFourth edition 2002, 104 pages0 632 05244 9Instant Clinical PharmacologyE. Begg2002, 120 pages1 4051 0275 6Lecture Notes on Clinical PharmacologyJ.L. Reid, P.C. Rubin & B. WhitingSixth edition 2001, 328 pages0 632 05077 2The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing is a concise, easy-to-use guide to the practical aspects of pharmacology for junior doctors who are making the transition from studying pharmacology to prescribing drugs for the first time.This new addition to 'The hands-on guide' series brings together the core pharmacological knowledge required by house officers, structured in a way to address the very hands-on, practical aspects of prescribing. This book is not designed to replace the factual drug information in the BNF, but to complement and build upon it, so that The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing provides junior doctors with a solid guide to prescribing in the clinical setting.Beginning with the general principles of prescribing and basics of writing a prescription form, the book guides you through topics such as using the BNF, drug interactions and monitoring toxicity, before moving on to cover both surgical and medical topics such as preoperative and postoperative patients, prophylaxis, organ failure and diabetes.The Hands-on Guide to Practical Prescribing is a problem-based book that covers the common problems and questions a house officer might encounter, and will be an invaluable guide to life on the wards. The authors are specialist registrars in medicine and surgery, have undertaken SHO and registrar posts in the major specialities and also write and teach regularly on clinical pharmacology.Pre-publication quote‘Clinical pharmacology is an area that is very poorly taught at medical schools and in many cases not taught at all. Therefore it would seem to make sense to have a book that addresses these deficiencies. [It] covers the most important areas as far as the house officer is concerned.’ SHO, LeedsTitles of related interest The Hands-on Guide for House OfficersA. Donald & M. SteinSecond edition 2002, 272 pages0 632 05331 3Medical Pharmacology at a GlanceM.J. NealFourth edition 2002, 104 pages0 632 05244 9Instant Clinical PharmacologyE. Begg2002, 120 pages1 4051 0275 6Lecture Notes on Clinical PharmacologyJ.L. Reid, P.C. Rubin & B. WhitingSixth edition 2001, 328 pages0 632 05077 2

    Detalhes do Produto

      • Edição:  1
      • Ano:  2004
      • País de Produção: United States
      • Código de Barras:  9781405108225
      • ISBN:  1405108223
      • Encadernação:  BROCHURA
      • Complemento:  NENHUM
      • Nº de Páginas:  192

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