Best Pharmaceutical Drug Guides Books
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1. Nursing2022 Drug Handbook (Nursing Drug Handbook)
Author: by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
THE #1 Drug Guide for nurses & other cliniciansalways dependable, always up to date! Look for these outstanding features:Completely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring 3,500 generic, brand-name, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z formatNEW! 32 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition, including the COVID-19 drug remdesivirtabbed and conveniently grouped in a handy NEW DRUGS section for easy retrievalNEW!
Thousands of clinical updatesnew dosages and indications, Black Box warnings, genetic-related information, adverse reactions, nursing considerations, clinical alerts, and patient teaching informationSpecial focus on U.S. And Canadian drug safety issues and concernsPhotoguide insert with images of 439 commonly prescribed tablets and capsules Plus FREE online companion Toolkit Monthly FDA updates featuring newly approved drugs, indications, and warningsPharmacology videos, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translatorEquianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugsMechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugsNCLEX-style questions, free CE tests, plus bonus discountsand more!
2. 2021 Lippincott Pocket Drug Guide for Nurses
Author: by Rebecca Tucker
The 2021 Lippincott Pocket Drug Guide for Nurses provides current, vital drug information in a nutshell. This handy pocket guide by Rebecca Tucker gives essential information on over 4,200 medications, including 38 generic drugs newly approved by the FDA, in an easy-access A-to-Z format.
The drug monographs include generic and trade names, drug classes, pregnancy risk category and controlled substance schedule, black box warnings, indications & dosages, dose adjustments, adverse effects, drug interactions, nursing considerations, and patient teaching. A special section following the A-to-Z drugs provides essential Patient Safety information.
Appendices cover topical and ophthalmic medications, laxatives, combination products, contraceptives, biological agents (vaccines), and more.
3. Nursing2021 Drug Handbook (Nursing Drug Handbook)
Author: by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The most comprehensive and approachable book available on understanding and using medical marijuana. Revised and updated with the latest information on varietals, delivery, dosing, and treatable conditions, Cannabis Pharmacy is “a well-designed and -illustrated and easy-to-use resource”(Booklist) for those considering medical marijuana as a treatment option.
In Cannabis Pharmacy, expert Michael Backes offers evidence-based information on using cannabis to treat an array of ailments and conditions. He provides information on how cannabis works with the body’s own system, how best to prepare and administer it, and how to modify and control dosage.
This newly revised edition is now completely up-to-date with the latest information on the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is understood to control emotion, appetite, and memory. Delivery methods including e-cigarette and vape designs are also covered here, along with information on additional varietals and a new system for classification.
5. Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Ridiculously Simple
Author: by John Preston
A brief, practical review of the indications for and use of pharmacological agents in the treatment of psychological disorders. Successful medical treatment of emotional and mental disorders depends on two factors: 1. A thorough knowledge of psychotropic medications and 2. An accurate diagnosis.
Both issues are addressed in this book in a practical and concise format.Case examples. Chapters on over-the-counter medications and dietary supplements, with new section on treatment of postpartum depression. Up-to-date DSM-5 classification of psychological disorders.
6. A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Lady
Author: by Nikki Furrer
Workman Publishing Company
A woman’s handbook to demystifying the world of weed, whether it’s being used for pain relief, a moment of calm, or a fit of giggles. Women of all ages are using cannabis to feel and look better. For rookies and experienced marijuana users alike, this lively, information-filled book is just the supportive guide you need to find the right dose to relieve anxiety, depression, and inflammation, and mitigate the onset of dementia and other signs of aging.
Plus boost moods, ease aches, even lose weight, and get restful sleep. And a dose just for fun? Well, that works, too! Here’s how to navigate the typical dispensary, with its overwhelming options of concentrates, edibles, vape pens, and tinctures.
Understand the amazing health-giving compounds found in cannabisTHC, CBD, terpenes, and moreand how to use topicals to reduce pain and give your skin a healthy glow. There’s even advice on how not to get high but still reap all the amazing health benefits.
Plus over twenty recipes, from edibles like Classic Pot Brownies and Netflix and Chill Caramels to self-care products like Radiant Glow Serum and Happy Body Bar.
7. Clinical Pharmacology Made Ridiculously Simple
Author: by James Olson
A concise overview of the most important principles in clinical pharmacology, with drug comparisons in clear chart format. The book blends the essentials of basic pharmacology and clinical pharmacology so that transition from classroom to clinic is less abrupt. The text that surrounds the tables emphasize key issues pertaining to therapeutic rationale, basic pharmacologic principles and clinical use of drugs.
Topics include Principles of Pharmacology (Pharmacokinetics, drug actions at multiple levels, drug interactions, tolerance, dependence and withdrawal), Peripheral Nervous System, Central Nervous System, Cardiovascular and Hematology Drugs, Respiratory Drugs, GI Drugs, Anti-Infective Agents, Anticancer drugs, Anti-Inflammatory and Immunomodulating Agents, and Endocrine System Drugs.
Excellent USMLE Board review.
8. Pharmacy Calculations for Pharmacy Technicians: Master Calculations The Safe & Easy Way Without Formulas
Author: by Bradley J. Wojcik PharmD
This book is divided into eight units containing 33 chapters and over 400 practice problems. Unit 1: Essential Skills As with any subject, you must master some basic material before you can tackle the main subject. The following topics are cover in Unit 1.
The Metric SystemApothecary/Avoirdupois/Household SystemsRatiosDimensional Analysis and Ratio Proportion Rounding NumbersUnit 2: Auxiliary SubjectsUnit 2 covers a few subjects which you may or may not need, depending on your school and/or practice. Scientific NotationSignificant FiguresRoman NumeralsUnit 3: Unit ConversionsConverting between the various units of measurements used in pharmacy is an essential skill and mastering this unit will set you up for success in the more complex calculations.
Unit Conversions-The Basics Unit Conversions Within the Metric System Unit Conversions Within the Household System Unit Conversions Between Metric, Household and Apothecary Unit Conversions Involving Hours and Minutes Unit 4: Dosage CalculationsThis unit starts by covering the terminology then moves on to the various ways to set up and solve the problems.
9. Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists
Author: by John D. Preston
New Harbinger Publications
A comprehensive professional resource for mental health treatmentnow in a fully revised and updated ninth editionThe Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists is the gold standard for mental health clinicians looking for clear, reliable information about the pharmacological treatment of mental health issues.
Organized by disorder and, within each disorder, by medication, this book is designed to familiarize clinicians and students with the basic terminology and models of psychopharmacology. This fully revised and updated ninth edition provides essential information on new medications and treatment options and includes the latest research on side effects, contraindications, and efficacy of all major medications prescribed for mental health disorders.
You’ll also find new chapters on sleep disorders and experimental treatments, updated information on child and adolescent psychopharmacology and the latest best practices for treating pregnant and breastfeeding patients and patients with substance use disorders. This handbook makes it simple to: get the facts about drug interactions and side effects; find out how medications affect adults, children, and adolescents differently; learn how different cultures view medical treatment, vital information for anyone who treats clients from a variety of backgrounds; and discontinue medication safely when needed.
10. Little Dental Drug Booklet 2020-2021
Author: by Peter L. Jacobsen
Lexi- Comp, Inc.
A pocket-sized book that is designed as a quick reference for the drugs most commonly used in dental practice. It includes practical, practice-oriented suggestions made by dental professionals and a section on prescription writing and prescription requirements.
11. The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants: Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications
Author: by Christian Ratsch
The most comprehensive guide to the botany, history, distribution, and cultivation of all known psychoactive plants Examines 414 psychoactive plants and related substances Explores how using psychoactive plants in a culturally sanctioned context can produce important insights into the nature of reality Contains 797 color photographs and 645 black-and-white illustrationsIn the traditions of every culture, plants have been highly valued for their nourishing, healing, and transformative properties.
The most powerful plants-those known to transport the human mind into other dimensions of consciousness-have traditionally been regarded as sacred. In The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants Christian Rtsch details the botany, history, distribution, cultivation, and preparation and dosage of more than 400 psychoactive plants.
He discusses their ritual and medicinal usage, cultural artifacts made from these plants, and works of art that either represent or have been inspired by them. The author begins with 168 of the most well-known psychoactives-such as cannabis, datura, and papaver-then presents 133 lesser known substances as well as additional plants known as legal highs, plants known only from mythological contexts and literature, and plant products that include substances such as ayahuasca, incense, and soma.
12. Cardiac Drugs Made Ridiculously Simple
Author: by M.D. Chizner, Michael A.
Cardiac drugs are the cornerstone of modern cardiovascular therapeutics. The number of cardiac drugs used for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Practitioners often feel overwhelmed trying to keep pace with the plethora of cardiac drugs and the difficult decisions of which drugs to choose for which conditions.
Cardiac Drugs Made Ridiculously Simple provides a lucid, practical summary of current cardiovascular drug therapy. It distills basic clinical concepts to a concise, clear minimum, while including essential information on the latest pharmacologic treatment recommendations to help guide clinical decision making in the hospital or outpatient setting.
13. Adult Drug Information Handbook (A Clinically Relevant Resource for All Healthcare Professionals)
Author: by Lexicomp
Lexi- Comp, Inc.
“Lexicomp is the official drug reference for the American Pharmacists Association”-Title page.
14. 140 Must Know Meds: Demolish Nursing Pharmacology
Author: by Jon Haws
Nursing Pharmacology Just Got EasyDo you ever feel like learning Pharmacology is kinda like learning another language?You’re not alone … In fact, I felt the same way in nursing school. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Pharm. But, trying to keep thousands of medications, contraindications, and assessment information straight in my mind was, well …Impossible.
That’s when I realized something. I didn’t need to know EVERY medication. I needed to focus on the most important ones and really understand them well. So, I developed a list of the most commonly tested and prescribed medications. Then I pulled out the critical points to know about those meds.
After working years in the ICU and precepting students all over the world … This is still my go-to list of medications. Pharmacology makes up 15% of the NCLEX test plan. For many nurses medications and pharmacology can be a difficult subject.But not anymore!
If you are ready to finally take your NCLEX Pharmacology studies to the next level … This is the perfect book for you! With hundreds of pages of the most vital facts about the most tested medications this ebook for nursing students is a must have.
15. Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases
Author: by Hal Blumenfeld
Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the subject to life. The second edition is fully updated with the latest advances in the field, and includes several exciting new cases.
This approach allows students to appreciate the clinical relevance of structural details as they are being learned, and to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways.
16. Mosby's Dental Drug Reference
Author: by Arthur H. Jeske DMD PhD
No dental office should be without this quick-reference drug handbook! Ideal for chairside use by the entire dental team, Mosby’s Dental Drug Reference, 13th Edition provides guidelines for safe, accurate drug administration. More than 800 drug monographs make it easy to find the information most relevant to oral healthcare practitioners, including indications and dosages, contraindications, interactions, side effects, serious reactions, and dental-specific drug data.
From lead editor Arthur Jeske, a well-known researcher and author on dental pharmacology, this pocket guide provides the current, concise drug information needed at the point of care. More than 800 drug monographs include each drug’s generic name, pronunciation, brand names, drug class, controlled substances schedule, mechanism of action, uses or indications, pharmacokinetics, doses and routes of administration, side effects/adverse reactions, contraindications, precautions, drug interactions of concern to dentistry, and more.