The PDR Nurse's Handbook gives users the full story from the nurse's perspective, on thousands of new and existing drugs. The Handbook is organized A to Z by generic name for quick look-up. The pharmacological information has been reviewed for accuracy. I.V. drugs are included. The Handbook is updated monthly on its companion Web site.Diltiazem may also be taken together with long-acting nitrates. 2. Clients taking other forms of diltiazem can be safely switched to Dilacor XR at the nearest equivalent total daily dose. Titration to larger or smaller doses may be necessary. 5. Use with beta blockers or digitalis is usually well tolerated, but the combined effects cannot be predicted, especially with cardiac ... Tdaieis. Chewable Tablets: Apo-Dimenhydrinaie in Calm-X. Dimentobs, Dromamine, Gravol Q. Morrnine, Motion-Aidanbsp;...
|Title||:||PDR Nurse's Handbook|
|Author||:||Adrienne L Woods, MSN, CRNP, FNRC|
|Publisher||:||Delmar - 1998|