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Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses Seventeenth Edition

Book Name: Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses Seventeenth Edition
Author: April Hazard Vallerand PhD RN FAAN (Author), Cynthia A. Sanoski BS PharmD BCPS FCCP
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company
ISBN-10, 13: 9780803670006,0803670001
Year: 2020
Pages: 1488 pages
Language: English
File size: 146 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB

Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses Seventeenth Edition Pdf Book Description:

Davis’s Guide to Nursing Care provides comprehensive, up-to-date information on medications in a well-organized monograph of the Nursing Guide. It offers a wide variety of supplements in 16 supplements, examines the safe use of drugs in detail, and teaches readers about 50 different types of drugs. In this 16th edition, we will continue our tradition of focusing on drug safety and the safe use of drugs by including more information on vulnerable patients. Most vulnerable people: children, the elderly, pregnant and lactating women. Find more pedagogy, back, midwife and breastfeeding topics in monographs. We also include information on Canadian students and nurses. In the Composite Supplement you will find supplements that compare pharmaceutical habits in Canada and the United States, compounds used only in Canada, and accessories that complement the Canadian brand on the drug monograph. To help you find this information faster, we’ve added a map leaf icon to the arrow next to each Canadian entry.

To enable nurses to select and monitor a variety of drug treatments, we have incorporated drug information into several monographs. To help you find this information quickly, we have added a dual drug label, which refers to certain drugs. Use this book to enhance your experience in drug administration and evaluation. The following sections describe the organization of the Davis Nurses Guide, which explains how quickly you can find the information you need: “The (REMS) system includes specific drug courses, patient education on safe drug use, articles on safe use of drugs and interviews with professionals and professionals. , the article “Drug Error” links systematic problems and clinical situations with frequent errors and provides practical ways to avoid them. FDA) describes the strategy developed. Current sedation We mark EMS approved drugs by adding the REMS label to the drug monograph. “Specific drug characteristics” refers to a group of patients, including neonates and patients with renal insufficiency, who require careful adjustment of the drug to ensure optimal treatment results. Medical Patient Education provides a general overview of major nursing education topics that patients and their families can discuss. In addition to these safety features, other drug information is highlighted in red on all drug monographs. It allows readers to quickly identify important information, including patient assessment, practice and education, and how they relate to nurses. Behaviors in the same class of behavior, assessment guidelines, preventive measures, and drug intervention mechanisms are often similar. The “Classification Profile” provides a summary of the major therapies used in the Davis Nurses Guide. Patient educational information is shared with all class members and a drug list is provided to each class.

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