ac Easy-to-use A-Z format a features profiles of 300 drugs ac Vital information on side effects and drug interactions ac Cutting-edge research on the latest drug therapies ... and much more Know the facts about the drugs you take. With two thirds of the more than 1.6 billion prescriptions a year written for women, thereas an urgent need for a clear, concise resource to help sort through the confusing a and often contradictory a bombardment of information and advertising for the drugs we take. This authoritative guide provides an essential list of the drugs used exclusively by women a fertility drugs, contraceptives, breast cancer drugs, estrogens a plus drugs for cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid arthritis, depression, high cholesterol, diabetes, and other health problems that affect women in greater numbers than men. It features: ac 200 prescription drug profiles covering more than 300 drugs ac Each drugas brand name, generic name, classification, dosage, side effects, drug and food/alcohol interactions, and pregnancy/nursing risks ac New research on which drugs affect women differently than men ac Facts even your doctor may not know ac Questions to ask the pharmacist a before you take the drug ac Cautions for ordering drugs over the Internet ac Special warnings for seniors ac A guide to nonprescription and over-the-counter medications Plus a a special womenas resource directory for health-related issues and Web site addresses From the Paperback edition.An Essential Guide to What Women Should Know About Prescription Drugs Julie Catalano. Points to remember: An asterisk (a#39;) following a brand name or a generic name indicates that that drug is one of the Top 200 Prescriptions, based onanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Women's Pharmacy|
|Publisher||:||Dell - 2008-12-10|