Date :: Oct 6, 2006 17:39:00
Medical Dictionary 2006 (2006 Physicians’ Desk Reference 60th Edition)
ISBN: 1563635275 | Pub. Date: November 2005 | 3000 Pages, 4.000 drugs & over 2.000 color photos!
The Authoritative Source of FDA-Approved Information on Prescription Drugs
Physicians have turned to PDR for the latest word on prescription drugs
for 60 years! Today, PDR is considered the standard prescription drug
reference and can be found in virtually every physician’s office,
hospital, and pharmacy in the United States. In fact, nine out of ten
doctors consider PDR their most important drug information reference
source. The 60th edition is more than 3, 000 pages-our most
comprehensive edition ever! Our new format allows dramatically improved
readability and easier access to the information you need now.
You’ll find the most complete data on more than 4, 000 drugs by brand
and generic name (both in the same convenient index), manufacturer and
product category. Your 2006 PDR provides usage information and
warnings, drug interactions, plus more than 2, 000 full-size,
full-color photos cross-referenced to the drug.
You will also find: Phonetic spelling for each listing; A key to
controlled substances; Dosages; Clinical pharmacology; FDA
use-in-pregnancy ratings; Adverse reactions; Contraindications;
Pediatric use; And all other FDA-required information.
100 + 30 MB, No pass
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Date :: Oct 7, 2006 03:22:39
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 04:35:07
I just downloaded, and its the CD and requires installation/burning.
Its not a book, but a browser based program that uses html.
Date :: Oct 7, 2006 05:53:19
it’s a compendium of drug companies’ legal descriptions, the latest
official notices that physicians receive from the pharmaceutical
manufacturers (via magazine adverts, usually).
It has all the precautions and drug interactions that are required by
law, but since the USDA’s Fasttrack program went into effect, there’s
not much here that’s honest. Still, it’s the official government
propaganda, marketed by Medical Economics publishers.
This is a “must” for anyone taking prescription medication.