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Pediatric Injectable Drugs 9th Edition (The Teddy Bear Book) (Teddy Bear Book Series)

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For nearly three decades, pharmacists treating newborns through adolescents have relied on Pediatric Injectable Drugs (the Teddy Bear Book) for evidence-based recommendations you can't find anywhere else. Now, you can get this information in its most current and useful form. The ninth edition of this trusted resource features 220 updated and new monographs, each with the following: * Brand names * Safety information, including medication error potential, U.S .boxed warnings, and contraindications * Infusion related cautions * Age-specific dosing information (including maximum dosages and adjustments in organ dysfunction) * Additives * Suitable diluents * Maximum concentration * Preparation and delivery * IV push, intermittent infusion, and continuous infusion recommendations * Other routes of administration (including IV and IM guidelines compiled specifically for pediatric patients) * Comments by pharmacy professionals in the field Monographs in the ninth edition draw from more than 4,700 total references and have been studied by a minimum of five reviewers. As publishers of the only book focused exclusively on parenteral drugs for pediatrics, we take our responsibility toward children's health and safety as seriously as you do.

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Author Stephanie J. Phelps Pharm.D., Emily B. Hak Pharm.D. , Catherine
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 650
ISBN-13 9781585282432
Publisher American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists

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