Nursing I.V. Drug Handbook PDA
Crucial details that make safe and effective administration of I.V. drugs possible are now just one tap away! Each I.V. drug monograph contains all of the basic sections that appear in the print version of the Nursing I.V. Drug Handbook: trade name, pharmacologic and therapeutic classes, pH, indications and dosages, preparation and storage, incompatibilities, administration guidelines, contraindications and cautions, adverse reactions, interactions, effects on diagnostic tests, pharmacokinetics, mechanism of action, and special considerations. Appendices, linked to applicable monographs, include: antidotes for vesicant extravasation, selected drugs for conscious sedation, and infusion flow rates
- 01 Mar 2003
- Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
- Springhouse Publishing Co ,U.S.
- Philadelphia, United States
Table of contents
Guide to abbreviations; All I.V. drug monographs; Appendices (where applicable will link to monograph): Antidotes for vesicant extravasation; Selected drugs for conscious sedation; Infusion flow rate