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Publication Date: 1996
Robert Rangno MSc MD FRCPC, James McCormack BSc(Pharm) Pharm D, Marc Levine PhD, Glen Brown Pharm D, John Ruedy MDCM FRCPC LLD (hon) DMED (hon)
Everything there is to know about drugs and more is covered in this unique guide, organized in a question-and-answer format to emulate a logical discussion of drug therapy. Each drug description tells the reader how and when to use the drug, when not to use the drug, what alternative therapies should be considered, how to monitor for and when to expect an effect or reaction, how to treat adverse effects, and drug interactions. This handbook will answer all common drug usage questions!Robert Rangno MSc MD FRCPC is the author of 'Drug Therapy Decision Making Guide', published 1996 under ISBN 9780721642154 and ISBN 0721642152.
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