Fully updated with the most current drug facts, Mosby's Nursing Drug Cards, 20th Edition feature complete pharmacological details and nursing management priorities for over 875 generic and 1,320 brand-name drugs - including 8 new drugs, 3 new drug categories, and more than 100 new drug facts. Each 4x6 card provides essential nursing information, including the drug's brand names, dosage forms, contraindications, possible adverse effects, interactions, and nursing management priorities. You can also access new drug updates and information on the top 200 most commonly used drugs online.
Features a consistent format for quick reference: generic name, pronunciation, category, pregnancy category, brand name, manufacturer, dosage forms, use, action, pharmacokinetics, contraindications, clinical considerations, dosage, side/adverse effects, interactions, and nursing management priorities.
Includes a comprehensive index with generic and trade names, drug classes, combination products, and references to web site information.
Provides nursing management priorities to assist you in developing an effective patient care plan.
Distinguishes between common and life-threatening side effects for drugs to help you anticipate potential reactions and their significance.
Ensures safe drug administration with tall man lettering that provides a visual way to differentiate between similar drug names.
Contains the latest NANDA-I-approved nursing diagnoses for all drug categories to help you understand the application of nursing diagnoses to pharmacology.
Provides pronunciations for each generic drug and drug category to help you use and understand drug names in conversation.
Includes 8 new drugs and 3 new drug categories.
More than 100 new drug facts provide the latest information on topics such as recent dosage forms, new brand names (including Canadian), contraindications, side effects, actions, drug interactions, uses, and nursing management priorities.
Management of Ingested Drug Overdose section offers quick access to critical information for managing overdoses.