Handbook of Non-prescription Drugs

Handbook of Non-prescription Drugs

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

Organized by product categories such as laxatives or personal-care products, each chapter contains the following information: conditions considered for self-medication, etiology of the conditions, signs and symptoms, assessment criteria, primary pharmacologic agents contained in the products, rationale for label warnings, considerations in product selection, an practical patent advice. Most helpful for quick reference are the product tables that accompany each chapter.poglycemic reactions, maintenance of optimal weight, maintenance of blood glucose between 80 and 130 mg/100 ml before meals and between 130 ... A diabetic patient drug monitoring checklist (Figure 3) can be used by the pharmacist to monitor all aspects of a diabetic patienta#39;s treatment. ... Drug Montyng crwefcha ntAl tagt; of PrwmtcT Ptac*cAl SAlenoragt; oo CMxf Practca AwArncAln Dikon a#39;Coovngm APnA.

Title:Handbook of Non-prescription Drugs
Publisher: - 1986


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming