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Mosby's 2010 Nursing Drug Reference / Edition 23

Mosby's 2010 Nursing Drug Reference / Edition 23

by Linda Skidmore-Roth RN, MSN, NP


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780323066518
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date: 06/17/2009
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 1312
Product dimensions: 4.70(w) x 7.60(h) x 1.90(d)

About the Author

Linda Skidmore-Roth, RN, MSN, NP

Table of Contents

Visual Guide to Using this Book (inside front cover)


Nomogram for Calculation of Body Surface Area

Drug Categories

Mechanism and Sites of Action Color Illustrations

2009 Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedules for the United States

Individual Drugs



• Selected New Drugs
• Controlled Substance Chart
• Ophthalmic, Otic, Nasal, and Topical Products
• Vaccines and Toxoids
• Antitoxins and Antivenins
• Combination Products
• Safety in Handling Chemotherapeutic Agents
• FDA Pregnancy Categories
• Weights and Equivalents
• Abbreviations


Mini Companion CD-ROM

IV Drug/Solution Compatibility Chart

Syringe Compatibility Chart (inside back cover)

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Eye_for_Detail More than 1 year ago
I have always been fond of Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses and I opted for this Mosby edition because it was offering a later publication date than Davis's. Though the reference is up to date on content, Mosby's is not utilizing all the available formatting possibilities that a two-color printing can offer. For example, a bold green could have been used to highlight precautions instead of bold black. The choice of green and black ink instead of red and black as found in Davis's and Lippincott's drug books doesn't provide enough contrast for my preference when highlighting high priority interaction and teaching information. I also wish the book had a visual reference for identifying less common tablets and capsules. I find the content concise and valuable, but caution those less experienced users, such as students who need to present to their instructors on the clinical floor, who might want to seek out Davis's as an alternative.
kingkody More than 1 year ago
I am a nurse and in the healthcare system. This drug reference is used every night that I work. This referene is so well used that the pages are already dogeared. In the home, it is an easy read for the lay person to keep up to date on meds perscribed by their doctors. Also the pages are in large print for the visual challenged.
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JenieBean More than 1 year ago
The books has a wealth of information. I'm currently using it now as I write up my report.
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