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Saunders Nursing Drug Handbook 2013 Paperback – Jun 5 2012

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is what it says it is Sept. 28 2012
By Marjo88 - Published on
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this is a pretty good handbook, not the best i've seen, but its self explanatory and it gives you the information you need for nursing, or any other medical course one might be taking.
Good for nurses and patients Dec 31 2013
By Melbelle F - Published on
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This is a required book for my school but it is awesome. I bought a used one at school and gave it to my mom because she liked it so well. It's good for patients and nurses. It lets patients know what they need to know about the drug and what they should be educated if they get crappy description from the hospital then they at least get a good one from the book. I had to show my Dad how to use an inhaler this past weekend. The doctor and nurses told him nothing and he was trying to use it upside down. He is in his 70's and didn't watch a lot of TV growing up. He doesn't watch movies. He is a sports, history channel, discovery channel nut (and nothing medical). Even if you watch television it doesn't teach you how to use these things correctly. Seriously! I know you can read the paper inside but that is not what my Dad does. He needs kid gloves. LOL! So nurses please don't assume your patients know how to use inhalers, eye drops, and ear drops. I've had to go over these all with my parents. They have been using these items WRONG for the past several years. I didn't know it either. Ok....enough rambling off topic. I highly recommend this book.
Great handbook Feb. 25 2014
By ChildofGOD - Published on
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My professor recommended this for my Pharm class. It is definitely reader friendly, in my opinion. Generic names are in alphabetical order. Indications are clear, toxicity is indicated with ease... in short, there are bold headings that help one get to the info one needs to find.
Excellent Sept. 6 2013
By KR - Published on
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I love this book. It is highly user friendly, easy to read, and find what you are looking for, and has all the information you need to administer medications safely.
It'll Do. Feb. 3 2013
By Roy, Fort Smith, Ar. - Published on
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I was looking for Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book 2013 but it appears they do not make it anymore so I had to settle for something else.