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This revision of the December 1999 Scarecrow Press edition has been fully revised to reflect recent developments in product and practice. Chapter-long, essay-style entries, made accessible by quick-reference headings, have been expanded to incorporate pharmacological and regulatory changes over the past decade. Snow (End-User Searching in the Health Sciences) divides the book into ten chapters, exploring drug classification and chemical activity, federal regulations, adverse reactions, and field research. Endorsed by the Medical Library Association, this is the only subject reference with so much depth and breadth. Highly recommended for medical, psychiatric, and pharmaceutical collections.
—Savannah Schroll Guz