Drug prescribing errors are a common cause of hospital admission, and adverse reactions can have devastating effects, some even fatal. Pocket Prescriber Emergency Medicine is a concise, up-to-date prescribing guide containing all the qmust haveq information on a vast range of drugs that staff from junior doctors to emergency nurses, nurse prescribers, paramedics and other pre-hospital providers may encounter in the emergency setting. Key features: ac AaZ list of over 500 of the most commonly prescribed drugs with each entry containing the key prescribing information ac Safety issues, warnings, drug errors and adverse effects ac Practical guidance on drug selection, plus protocols and resuscitation guidelines ac Advice and reference information for complicated prescriptions ac Concise management summaries for common medical and surgical emergencies ac Essential advice for pain reliefafrom acute pain management to procedural sedation ac Clinically useful reminders of key facts from basic pharmacology to acute poisoning syndromes Pocket Prescriber Emergency Medicine supplies all your information needs concerning commonly prescribed drugs at a glance, enabling on-the-spot decision-making to provide the highest standard of care whilst mitigating prescribing errors.Schematic diagram of the experiment. body made with hard rubber was dropped from a height of 1 m with a changing ... 1989). Rv(s) is the starting point of the velocity ratio. And, K is the represents the gradient of the curve. From this figure, it anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pocket Prescriber Emergency Medicine|
|Author||:||Anthony FT Brown, Timothy Nicholson, Donald RJ Singer|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-08-30|