5 edition of Davis"s Drug Guide for Nurses found in the catalog.
Davis"s Drug Guide for Nurses
Judith Hopfer Deglin
January 2001 by F a Davis Co .
Written in English
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What is the purpose of the source? Credible After reading through the various questions above, does this source seem credible? Does it appeal more to an academic reader, or is it more casual? Pharmacokinetics: Pharmacokinetics refers to the way the body processes a medication by absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. Reproduced Is this the original source?
How selective is the publisher in determining what they publish? Distribution becomes important in choosing one drug over another, as in selecting an antibiotic that will penetrate the central nervous system to treat meningitis or in avoiding drugs that cross the placenta or concentrate in breast milk. If it was reproduced, when was that done? Do those seem legitimate? Do they seem to only present one side of the argument?
Drug Monographs Drug monographs are organized in the following manner: High Alert Status: Some medications, such as chemotherapeutic agents, anticoagulants, and insulins, have a greater potential for harm than others. Based on this guidance, the Pregnancy Categories have been removed from each of the drug monographs. Medication Safety Tools Updated for this edition is a section with tables and charts that nurses can use for a quick but thorough reference to information that will help them avoid making medication errors. How easy is it to find contact information for the author? Publisher Is the publisher well known and well respected in the industry?
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Half-lives are given for drugs assuming the patient has normal renal or hepatic function. Who reproduced it? Are there any reviews available for the author's work? Credible After reading through the various questions above, does this source seem credible?
Common names, abbreviations, and selected foreign names are also included. Pharmacokinetics: Pharmacokinetics refers to the way the body processes a medication by absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. Any Daviss Drug Guide for Nurses book links?
Does their other content seem legitimate and credible? It also includes extensive supplemental material in 16 appendices, thoroughly addresses the issue of safe medication administration, and educates the reader about 50 different therapeutic classes of drugs.
What sources refer to the one you are using? Citations Does the author give credit to sources where they received information and conducted research?
Brand names that have been discontinued have a slash through them Decadron. Metabolism and Excretion: Drugs are primarily eliminated from the body either by hepatic conversion to active or inactive compounds metabolism or biotransformation and subsequent excretion by the kidneys, or by renal elimination of unchanged drug.
Formulas to estimate CCr are included in dose calculation formulas. There, Florence Nightingale received the training that later enabled her to establish, at St. What is the purpose of the source? Are you citing the latest version? Canadian trade names are preceded by a maple leaf.
It also teaches you about high alert medications, which have a greater potential to cause patient harm than other medications. See controlled substances schedules for a description of the Schedule of Controlled Substances.
We have added pharmacogenomic information throughout numerous monographs to guide the nurse in selecting and monitoring various drug therapies. Do they seem to only present one side of the argument?
It includes lists of drugs that are associated with adverse reactions and falls in the elderly; proper dosing for pediatric intravenous medications; confused drug names; FDA-approved Tall Man letters and more.
Contraindications and Precautions: Situations in which drug use should be avoided are listed as contraindications.
Do those seem legitimate? Action: This section contains a concise description of how the drug produces the desired therapeutic effect. In the 17th cent.
Absorption: Absorption describes the process that follows drug administration and its subsequent delivery to systemic circulation.
Does it talk about a broad topic, or a specific element of a Daviss Drug Guide for Nurses book Information. Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses, Fifteenth Edition by April Hazard Vallerand and Cynthia A. Sanoski delivers all of the information you need to administer medications safely across the lifespan - well-organized monographs for hundreds of generic and thousands of trade-name drugs.5/5(16).
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It includes even more new monographs and the latest FDA approvals/5.May 05, · I chose Davis's Solely for the fact that ebook came with a CD-rom that makes ebook up drugs a bit easier.
Has the top (or something) prescribed drugs - so when I've got a clinical pt with like 30+ drugs, sometimes its easier just to type the drug name in and have it pop up on screen.