The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs 2001

The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs 2001

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Which herbal and prescription medicine combinations could be potentially harmful? Is it advisable to get prescriptions from the Internet? Which medicines should be taken with vitamin and mineral supplements? Find out the answers to these and thousands of other pharmaceutical concerns in The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs 2001. This must-have edition provides more detailed and comprehensive information on the most important medicines in current use than any other reference source available to the general public. The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs 2001 covers more than 2, 000 brands organized into nearly 400 profiles, and includes: guidelines for safe and effective drug use, each drug's benefits and risks, possible drug interactions, extensive information on possible mild and serious adverse effects, and ways for both consumers and medical professionals to cut back on costs. Featured in this new edition are new medicines for impotence, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, pain management, osteoporosis, and more. Available without a prescription, this is a resource no one should be without.Observe the Following Expiration Times: Do not use this drug if it is older than the expiration date on the vial. ... No Brand Names: Atrovent, a™cApo-Atrovent, Atrovent Nasal Spray, Combivent, Dom-Ipratropium, PMS-Ipratropium Principal Uses As a Single Drug ... acute attacks of asthma because it takes a while to work); (2) used in nasal spray to relieve symptoms of runny nose (rhinor- rhea) from allergic oranbsp;...

Title:The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs 2001
Author:James J. Rybacki
Publisher: - 2000-12-01


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