5 edition of Hazards of medication found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Eric W. Martin. Editors: Stewart F. Alexander, Donald J. Farage [and] William E. Hassan, Jr. Associate editor: Ruth D. Martin.|
|LC Classifications||RM263 .M37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 895 p.|
|Number of Pages||895|
|LC Control Number||75147048|
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Hazards of Medication. A Manual of Drug Interactions, Incompatibilities, Contraindications and Adverse Effects. In addition to providing an overview of this information, this useful book discusses the practical and theoretical aspects of drug research, development, manufacture, distribution, and.
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In one monumental book, Hazards of Medication, Eric Martin has undertaken to describe the many pitfalls faced by doctor and patient whenever a prescription is written, to analyze the potential hazards throughout the entire drug distribution system, and to provide detailed tables of effects of drugs on laboratory tests, adverse drug reactions, incompatibilities among drugs in solutions prepared.
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