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Pharmacotherapeutics For Advanced Nursing PracticeAuthors: Jacqueline Rhoads, Tammie Lee Demler
Pharmacotherapeutics For Advanced Nursing Practices Focuses On The Critical Information Necessary For Prescribing Drugs For Common Diseases And Disorders. As The Role Of The Advance Practice Nurse Expands, This Text Is An Outstanding Resource For Nurse Practitioners And Physician Assistants Which Will Prepare Them For An Increased Role In Everyday Healthcare While Introducing The Latest Updates On Drug Information. Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics Is Organized By AHFS Categories With A Format That Enables Students The Opportunity To Apply Aspects Of Prescribing, Such As Drug Selection, Special Population Considerations, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Adverse Reactions, Drug To Drug Interaction, As Well As Guidance On Processes For Adding Or Changing Therapy. Color Symbols Show Pharmacokinetic Considerations Of Each Drug Within Its Class And These Symbols Guide The Practitioner To An Appendix For Additional Detail If Needed.
Drug Class Summaries (Consolidating Within Class Considerations)
Drug Agent Described In A Framework Grid
Symbols To Guide Reader In An “At A Glance” Format
Case Studies With Questions To Reinforce Learning
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Antihistamines
Chapter 2 Anti-Infective Agents
Chapter 3 Antineoplastic Agents
Chapter 4 Autonomic Agents
Chapter 5 Blood Formation, Coagulation, and Thrombosis Agents
Chapter 6 Cardiovascular Agents
Chapter 7 Central Nervous System
Chapter 8 Electrolyte, Caloric and Water Balance
Chapter 9 Respiratory Tract Agents
Chapter 10 Eye, Ears, Nose and Throat Preparations
Chapter 11 Gastrointestinal Agents
Chapter 12 Hormones and Synthetic Substitutes
Chapter 13 Skin and Mucous Membrane
Chapter 14 Smooth Muscle