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By Donald R.J. Singer, Timothy R.J. Nicholson, Ashan Gunarathne

Construction at the good fortune and recognition of earlier variations, Pocket Prescriber 2009-10 has been totally up-to-date to include new medicinal drugs, to take away medications not out there and to mirror fresh adjustments in dosages and prescribing perform. It fills a distinct segment through delivering the main crucial scientific pharmacology info that busy clinicians desire at their fingertip. by way of concentrating on the five hundred key medications which are most ordinarily prescribed, in an A to Z directory, the publication avoids overwhelming the reader with info and continues to be simple. info supplied comprises dosages, symptoms, contraindications, side-effects and interactions. a huge part of the e-book offers with commonly-encountered prescribing difficulties, choice concerns the place there are lots of comparable medicines to choose between (such as antibiotics and antihypertensives), and counsel on dealing with a large choice of emergency events (such as anaphylaxis and overdoses). largely geared toward junior medical professionals, the booklet is additionally a useful and obtainable revision reduction for scientific scholars and a pragmatic instruction manual for nurse and pharmacist prescribers.

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Anxiety, agitation, depression, fever, headaches, tremor, dizziness). Also ≠HR, AV block, ≠or ØBP**, chest pain, hypersensitivity (inc severe skin reactions), GI upset, ≠Wt, mild antimuscarinic fx (esp dry mouth; see p. 219 for others). Monitor: BP**. g. antidepressants (┬MAOIs; avoid together, including Ͻ2 wks after MAOI┬), antimalarials, CALCITONIN antipsychotics (esp risperidone), quinolones, sedating antihistamines, systemic corticosteroids, theophyllines, tramadol. Ritonavir ⇒ ≠toxic fx. Dose: 150 mg od for 6 days then 150 mg bd for max 9 wks (Ødose if elderly or ≠seizure riskSPC/BNF).

Give once for paracetamol, salicylates and TCAs. Repeated doses (every 4 h) often needed for barbiturates, carbamazepine, phenytoin, digoxin, dapsone, paraquat, quinine, theophylline and MR/SR preparations. CHLORAMPHENICOL iv (and po) Broad-spectrum antibiotic: inhibits bacterial protein synthesis (І ‘static’); very potent action, but SEs limit use. Use: severe infections (esp H. g. typhoid). CI: porphyria, L (avoid if possible)/P/B. Caution: avoid repeated courses R/E. SE: blood disorders (inc aplastic ØHb), neuritis (peripheral, optic), GI upset, hepatotoxicity, hypersensitivity, stomatitis, glossitis.

CI/Caution/SE/Interactions: as Cefaclor and AAC warning, plus L (if coexistent RF), R (if severe), caution if dehydrated, young or immobile (can precipitate in urine or gallbladder). Rarely ⇒ pancreatitis and ≠PT. Dose: 1 g od im/iv/ivi (max 4 g/day); 1–2 g im/iv/ivi at induction1. NB: Ødose in RF. Max im dose ϭ 1 g per site; if total Ͼ1 g, give at divided sites. CELECOXIB/CELEBREX CEFUROXIME Parenteral and oral 2nd-generation cephalosporin: good for some Gram-negative infections (H. influenzae, N.

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