The best single resource available for evaluating and comparing more than 1200 commonly-used medications
"...will be useful to all health care professionals in a clinical setting."
- Review of an earlier edition from the Australian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
Now includes PDA download of the entire text!
Uniquely designed to allow comparisons within drug categories, Handbook of Clinical Drug Data is the most comprehensive, well-referenced book available on the selection, use, and clinical aspects of virtually any drug. Compiled by expert clinicians, this quick-access guide delivers the data you need to prevent adverse drug reactions in your patients and help you select drugs for both general and special patient populations
- Full-text PDA download
- More than 3800 literature citations
- Comparison charts of drugs by class facilitates clinical decision making
- Tables to help you rapidly identify the cause of adverse drug effects in patients
- Guidance on the optimal choice of drugs in special populations, including pregnant and breastfeeding women, and geriatric patients
- Genetic and ethic considerations
- Extensively cross-referenced index includes Canadian and British drug names
- Valuable appendices that include Conversion Factors, Anthropometrics, Laboratory Indices, Pharmacokinetic Equations, and more
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Kelly Smith, Pharm.D., B.C.P.S., F.A.S.H.P., F.C.C.P ( is affiliated with the
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Nickole N. Henyan, Pharm.D. is a clinical pharmacist at University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore, MD.
Daniel Riche, Pharm.D., B.C.P.S., CDE Univeristy of Mississippi Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: Drug Monographs.
Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Antimigraine Drugs.
Central Nervous System Drugs.
Renal and Electrolytes.
Part II: Clinical Drug Information.
Drug Use in Special Populations.
Genetic and Ethnic Considerations in Pharmacotherapy.
Drug Interactions and Interferences.
Part III: Appendices.