Nursing2017 Drug Handbook

Author: Lippincott
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9781496353931
Release Date: 2016-04-19
Genre: Medical

THE best-selling drug guide for nurses & other clinicians ...always dependable, always up to date! Look for these outstanding features Completely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring over 3,500 generic, brand-name, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z format 49 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition—with 36 new comprehensive drug monographs, alphabetized and conveniently grouped in a handy “new drugs” section Over 6,000 clinical updates—new dosages and indications, Black Box warnings, adverse reactions, nursing considerations, clinical alerts, and patient teaching information NEW “pregnancy-lactation-reproduction” heading and “dialyzable drug” logo in each drug monograph NEW appendices covering Antidiarrheals and OTC drugs Special attention to drug safety issues and concerns (U.S. and Canada) Over 455 Photoguide images of the most popular tablets and capsules Plus FREE companion Toolkit available online through NDHnow.com Monthly FDA updates on new drugs, indications, and warnings Pharmacology videos, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translator Equianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugs Mechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugs NCLEX®-style questions, free CE tests, plus bonus discounts...and more!

Nursing2019 Drug Handbook

Author: . Lippincott
Publisher: LWW
ISBN: 1496384075
Release Date: 2018-04-14
Genre: Medical

THE #1 Drug Guide for nurses & other clinicians...always dependable, always up to date! Look for these outstanding features Completely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring over 3,650 generic, brand-name, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z format 37 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition, including 33 complete monographs--tabbed and conveniently grouped in a handy "new drugs" section for easy retrieval More than 8,000 clinical updates--new dosages and indications, Black Box warnings, adverse reactions, nursing considerations, clinical alerts, and patient teaching information NEW logos highlighting biosimilar drugs and drugs with genetic-related considerations NEW appendix--Ophthalmic drugs: Indications and dosages Special focus on U.S. and Canadian drug safety issues and concerns Photoguide insert with images of 462 commonly prescribed tablets and capsules Plus FREE companion Toolkit available online through NDHnow.com Monthly FDA updates featuring newly approved drugs, indications, and warnings Pharmacology videos, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translator Equianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugs Mechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugs NCLEX�-style questions, free CE tests, plus bonus discounts...and more!

Nursing2013 Drug Handbook

Author:
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9781451150230
Release Date: 2012-05-15
Genre: Medical

Lists drug actions and interactions, describes drug therapy for children and the elderly, and provides details for the use of thousands of prescription drugs.

Nursing2017 Drug Handbook

Author: Lippiincott Williams & Wilkins
Publisher:
ISBN: 1496339800
Release Date: 2016-06-03
Genre:

THE best-selling drug guide for nurses & other clinicians always dependable, always up to date! Look for these outstanding featuresCompletely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring over 3,500 generic, brand-name, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z format49 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition with 36 new comprehensive drug monographs, alphabetized "and" conveniently grouped in a handy new drugs sectionOver 6,000 clinical updates new dosages and indications, Black Box warnings, adverse reactions, nursing considerations, clinical alerts, and patient teaching informationNEW pregnancy-lactation-reproduction heading and dialyzable drug logo in each drug monographNEW appendices covering Antidiarrheals and OTC drugsSpecial attention to drug safety issues and concerns (U.S. and Canada)Over 455 Photoguide images of the most popular tablets and capsulesPlus FREE companion Toolkit available online through NDHnow.comMonthly FDA updates on new drugs, indications, and warningsPharmacology videos, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translatorEquianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugsMechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugsNCLEX(r)-style questions, free CE tests, plus bonus discounts and more! "

Saunders Nursing Drug Handbook 2016

Author: Robert J. Kizior
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9780323358620
Release Date: 2015-06-03
Genre: Medical

Get instant access to the latest information on more than 1,000 generic and 4,000 trade name drugs with Saunders Nursing Drug Handbook 2016. With its alphabetical organization and user-friendly design, it gives you all the expert drug information you need right in the palm of your hand. Plus, addition to its thorough drug coverage, this convenient handbook also features the precautionary information nurses need to provide safer patient care — such as guidance on clinical priorities in the practice setting and IV drug administration. No other drug handbook on the market is as perfectly tailored to the practicing nurse’s needs as Saunders Nursing Drug Handbook 2016! Over 1,000 generic name drugs (encompassing over 4,000 trade name drugs) are organized alphabetically with A to Z tabs to make accessing important information quick and easy. Special text treatment for "High Alert" drugs that pose the greatest risk for patient harm promotes safe drug administration. Fixed combinations are included in dosages of each combined drug directly within the individual monographs. Cross-references to the 400 top U.S. brand-name drugs are located directly in the main section of the book for easier accessibility. Detailed drug information distinguishing side effects and adverse reactions helps you identify which are most likely to occur. UNIQUE! Frequently-used herb monographs are also included to keep you informed of commonly encountered herbs. Newly approved drugs are listed in the front of the book for quick and easy access to this timely information. Evolve companion site features customizable and printable monographs for 100 of the most commonly used drugs. Comprehensive IV Compatibility Chart foldout arms you with compatibility information for 65 intravenous drugs. Lifespan and disorder-related dosage variations content equips you with special considerations for specific patient populations. Extensively expanded IV content features a heading for IV compatibilities and expanded rates of infusion, reconstitutions, drip rates, test doses, flushing, and incompatibilities. Therapeutic and toxic blood level information shows you patient implications for drug administration. A sample drug monograph with call-outs is included to help users understand how to use the book more efficiently. NEW! Drug monographs for approximately 30 newly approved drugs by the FDA provide you with the most current drug information. NEW! Over 270 updated Black Box Alerts highlight the drugs found to carry a significant risk of serious or even life-threatening adverse effects. Common Terminology for Adverse Events section has been added to the appendix to familiarize users with critical terminology. NEW! Updated information has been added to each applicable monograph to ensure users have the most current information regarding interactions, precautions, alerts and patient teaching instructions.

Mosby s Drug Guide for Nursing Students with 2016 Update

Author: Linda Skidmore-Roth
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9780323172974
Release Date: 2015-07-16
Genre: Medical

Find the reliable, in-depth drug information you need! Mosby's Drug Guide for Nursing Students, 11th Edition with 2016 Update keeps you up to date with this constantly changing field by providing information on more than 4,000 generic and trade name drugs - including 20 new FDA-approved drugs. Each drug monograph includes complete dosing, administration, and nursing process information, so you'll always be sure that you're practicing medication safety. In fact, what sets this handbook apart is its detailed coverage of rationales and explanations, drug-specific nursing diagnoses, and IV drug information. From trusted nursing pharmacology expert Linda Skidmore-Roth, the Drug Guide also includes a companion website with how-to videos, NCLEX? exam-style questions, patient teaching guidelines, and more. More than 4,000 generic and trade-name drugs are profiled, covering almost every drug you will administer in practice or in clinicals. Comprehensive drug monographs include generic names, Rx or OTC availability, pronunciations, U.S. and Canadian trade names, functional and chemical classification, controlled-substance schedule, do-not-confuse drugs, action, uses, unlabeled uses, dosages and routes, available forms, side effects, contraindications, precautions, pharmacokinetics, interactions (including drug/herb, drug/food and drug lab test), nursing considerations, and treatment of overdose. Alphabetical organization by generic name provides quick and easy access to vital information. Common and life-threatening side effects are organized by body system, showing signs to watch for during assessments. Black Box Warnings provide alerts to dangerous or life-threatening adverse reactions. Safety Alert icon highlights the most critical interactions and side effects. UNIQUE! Full-color inserts show how drugs work and provide fast access to basic intravenous administration techniques and skills. Coverage of IV drug administration highlights dosage and IV administration instructions, including safety considerations and Y-site, syringe, and additive compatibilities. Nursing Process steps are used as the framework for organizing all nursing care information. A companion website includes updates with recently approved drugs, videos and animations, drug dosage calculators, NCLEX? exam-style questions, Canadian drug information, patient teaching guidelines, and more. A table with complete pharmacokinetic information includes the mechanism and absorption of the drug as well as its action, duration, and excretion. Flexible, water-resistant cover provides durability in the clinical setting. 20 NEW monographs provide up-to-date content on added or newly released drugs. Thousands of new and updated drug facts cover areas such as doses, side effects, interactions, and nursing considerations. Ethnic alert icon indicates safety information specific to populations of varying ethnicities. Student resources on the Evolve companion website include video clips of medication administration via IV, injection, oral, topical, and drops; animations of how drugs act in the body; and safety content relating to the most common medication errors.

Nursing2017 Drug Handbook

Author: Lippincott
Publisher: LWW
ISBN: 149632255X
Release Date: 2016-06-03
Genre:

THE best-selling drug guide for nurses & other clinicians ...always dependable, always up to date! Look for these outstanding features Completely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring over 3,500 generic, brand-name, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z format 49 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition--with 36 new comprehensive drug monographs, alphabetized and conveniently grouped in a handy "new drugs" section Over 6,000 clinical updates--new dosages and indications, Black Box warnings, adverse reactions, nursing considerations, clinical alerts, and patient teaching information NEW "pregnancy-lactation-reproduction" heading and "dialyzable drug" logo in each drug monograph NEW appendices covering Antidiarrheals and OTC drugs Special attention to drug safety issues and concerns (U.S. and Canada) Over 455 Photoguide images of the most popular tablets and capsules Plus FREE companion Toolkit available online through NDHnow.com Monthly FDA updates on new drugs, indications, and warnings Pharmacology videos, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translator Equianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugs Mechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugs NCLEX®-style questions, free CE tests, plus bonus discounts...and more!

Havard s Nursing Guide to Drugs Mobile optimised site

Author: Adriana P. Tiziani
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9780729586054
Release Date: 2017-05-24
Genre: Medical

The premier drug guide for nurses and midwives since 1983. Now in its 10th edition, Havard's Nursing Guide to Drugs continues to provide reliable, accurate drug information for nursing and midwifery students and practitioners. This user-friendly drug guide delivers safe, up-to-date drug administration information regarding form, action, use, dose, adverse effects and interactions in compliance with current pharmaceutical guidelines from the Therapeutic Goods Administration and MIMS. Nursing points and cautions highlight best practice in drug administration and expanded focus on Patient teaching and advice ensures quality patient care. All drugs listed by therapeutic class and by body system Both trade names and generic drug names are provided Icons indicate cautions for drugs used during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and drug specific restrictions in sport A quick reference guide for calculating drug dosages and drip rates Common abbreviations, units and concentrations Appendix 3 features the latest MIMS updates, including dual labelling of drug ingredients to demonstrate international alignment Fully revised section on antineoplastic agents New drugs added to immunomodifiers, pulmonary arterial hypertension agents and eye, ear and nose Companion mobile optimised site available as a separate purchase or comprehensive package: - Provides easy online access to the trusted drug guide - Search by body system, therapeutic class or both - Perfect support for students and practitioners during study or clinical practice

Nursing 2018 Drug Handbook

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN: 1496353595
Release Date: 2017-05
Genre: Drugs

Fully updated with more than 4,300 clinical changes to nearly 3,500 generic, brand, and combination drugs "New Drugs" section featuring nearly 29 new FDA-approved generics and their corresponding brand-name drugs New information on the National Cancer Institute's "Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events" classification system New appendices: Understanding biosimilar drugs Safe disposal of unused drugs: What patients need to know Prescription drug abuse: Identifying and treating toxicity Pregnancy-Lactation-Reproduction information highlighted in every monograph Easy-to-spot safety and clinical alerts: Black Box Warnings, Adjust-a-dose, Dialyzable drug, Overdose Signs & Symptoms, Look alike-Sound alike Drugs, IV Incompatibilities Nursing Considerations and Patient Teaching sections detailing the essential facts nurses need to know 32-page Photoguide featuring over 450 of the most commonly prescribed tablets and capsules Free access to Monthly Drug Updates and an Online Toolkit with hundreds of helpful tools and resources Table of Contents Anatomy of a monograph...............................................................inside front cover Contributors and consultants...................................................................................v How to use Nursing2018 Drug Handbook...............................................................vi Quick guide to special symbols, logos, and highlighted terms................................ix Guide to abbreviations.............................................................................................x General information 1. Drug actions, interactions, and reactions 2. Drug therapy across the lifespan 3. Safe drug administration 4. Selected therapeutic drug classifications Alphabetical listing of drugs by generic name New Drugs Appendices 1. Avoiding common drug errors: Best practices and prevention 2. Pregnancy risk categories: The FDA's Final Rule 3. Controlled substance schedules 4. Abbreviations to avoid (The Joint Commission) 5. Pediatric drugs commonly involved in drug errors 6. Elder care medication tips 7. Prescription drug abuse: Identifying and treating toxicity 8. Understanding biosimilar drugs 9. Nursing process: Patient safety during drug therapy 10. Serotonin syndrome: What you should know to protect your patients 11. Tumor lysis syndrome: A life-threatening emergency 12. Antidiarrheals: Indications and dosages 13. Antidotes: Indications and dosages 14. Selected biologicals and blood derivatives: Indications and dosages 15. Common combination drugs: Indications and dosages 16. Vaccines and toxoids: Indications and dosages 17. Vitamins and minerals: Indications and dosages 18. Antacids: Indications and dosages 19. Laxatives: Indications and dosages 20. Additional OTC drugs: Indications and dosages 21. Do not use: Dangerous abbreviations, symbols and dose designations (ISMP Canada) 22. Decision tree: Deciding about medication administration 23. Canadian National Drug Schedules 24. Safe disposal of unused drugs: What patients need to know 25. Therapeutic drug monitoring guidelines 26. Less commonly used drugs: Indications and dosages 27. Additional new drugs: Indications and dosages

2012 Lippincott s Nursing Drug Guide

Author: Amy Morrison Karch
Publisher:
ISBN: 1609136217
Release Date: 2011
Genre: Medical

Quick A-to-Z Access to Current, Accurate Drug Information! The 2012 Lippincott's Nursing Drug Guide, the comprehensive nursing drug resource for nurses and nursing students, is now updated with more than 1,200 additions and changes to provide the most accurate drug information available. This comprehensive drug guide incorporates the nursing process to provide extensive medication information, with complete monographs on 700 common drugs—including 15 new drugs—and appendices that summarize key information on 200 less commonly used drugs. Organized alphabetically by generic drug name, this drug resource provides fast access to the information needed to prevent drug errors and administer medications safely and accurately. The 2012 Lippincott's Nursing Drug Guide offers: More than 1,200 new additions, changes, and updates on indications, dosages, and administration NEW Alerts to MRSA-risk antibiotics NEW “Tall Man” lettering to prevent confusion of similarly named drugs NEW appendix of drug-related websites, including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) sites Complete monographs containing generic and trade names, pronunciations, pregnancy risk category, controlled substance schedule, drug classes, therapeutic actions, indications, contraindications and cautions, available forms, dosages, pharmacokinetics, IV facts, adverse effects, interactions, and nursing considerations—including assessment, interventions, teaching points A graphic "alert" symbol for drugs that cannot be crushed, cut, or chewed A 32-page full-color photo guide to pills and capsules Icons identifying dangerous drugs and new indications Interactions by drug-drug, drug-food, drug-lab tests, and drug-alternative therapy An appendix for best practices on disposal of medications An appendix of patient teaching to prevent medication errors An appendix with mini-monographs on over 200 less commonly used drugs On the companion website—NEW drug information and resources! NCLEX-style review questions Patient-teaching aids and other patient safety resources Tips for special populations Reference tools

2019 Lippincott Pocket Drug Guide for Nurses

Author: Amy M. Karch
Publisher: LWW
ISBN: 1975107845
Release Date: 2018-10-13
Genre: Medical

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The 2019 Lippincott's Pocket Drug Guide for Nurses provides current, vital drug information "in a nutshell for the nurse on-the-go." Written by Amy Karch, this handy pocket guide by the same author gives essential information on over 2,000 medications, including 25 generic drugs newly approved by the FDA, in an easy-access A-to-Z format. The "mini" drug monographs include generic and trade names, drug class, pregnancy risk category and controlled substance schedule, "black box" warnings, indications & dosages, dose adjustments, adverse effects, drug interactions, nursing considerations, and patient teaching. Detailed appendices cover topical and ophthalmic medications, laxatives, combination products, contraceptives, and biological agents (vaccines). The pocket-sized 2019 Lippincott's Pocket Drug Guide for Nurses will quickly become your go-to-guide for important drug facts and vital patient safety tips & alerts.

Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice

Author: Sandra M. Nettina
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9781469827001
Release Date: 2013-05-13
Genre: Medical

A classic text since it was first published in 1974, the Lippincott Manual for Nursing Practice (LMNP) has provided essential nursing knowledge and up-to-date information on patient care for nearly 40 years. Now in its 10th edition, this full-color text continues to serve as the most comprehensive reference for practicing nurses and nursing students worldwide. Often referred as the 'Lippincott Manual' or simply the 'Lippincott', the LMNP is widely used as a procedure manual for many healthcare institutions (contains 157 Nursing Procedure Guidelines). It is also widely regarded as the Gold Standard for nursing practice in the classroom. Organized into five major parts, LMNP presents a comprehensive reference for all types of core nursing care. Part 1: Nursing Process & Practice; Part 2: Medical-Surgical Nursing; Part 3: Maternity & Neonatal Nursing: Part 4: Pediatric Nursing; Part 5: Psychiatric Nursing. Content is evidence-based with supporting articles highlighted in actual entries and procedure guidelines. Official Guidelines that shape practice are incorporated in to the content and include those from the National Institutes of Health, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, American Nurses Association, Joint Commission, AWHONN, and others. A companion Website includes full text, an image bank, and drug-related NCLEX®-style questions, FDA updates, and new clinical studies.