Drug Information Handbook for Advanced Practice Nursing
Beatrice B. Turkoski, RN, PhD
Edition Year: 2012-2013
As the role of the Advanced Practice Nurse grows, so does the need to be informed and knowledgeable about safe pharmacotherapy. The Drug Information Handbook for Advanced Practice Nursing provides reliable, comprehensive drug information in a format designed to help you efficiently
prescribe for, monitor, and educate patients.
The increasing complexity of clinical care and the development of new therapies contribute to the challenges of prescriptive practice. The Drug Information Handbook for Advanced Practice Nursing compiles the best information about current drug therapy, so prescribing concerns may be addressed quickly and precisely. Over 4800 medications are included in this reference, presented alphabetically by generic and brand name. Each drug monograph contains up to 60 fields of information, including dosing, therapeutic purpose, and possible adverse effects. Safe prescribing guidelines include data on prescribing for children, adults, and the elderly.