Based on the Physicians' Desk Reference, the most highly trusted drug information references for more than 66 years, The PDR Pocket Guide to Prescription Drugs is an A to Z listing of more than 1,000 brand-name and generic drugs, all based on FDA-approved information. The guide answers frequently asked questions such as: Why was this drug prescribed for me? What are the benefits and risks of taking this drug? Are there any side effects I should watch for? What questions should I ask my doctor about this prescription?
|Edition description:||Tenth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||4.36(w) x 6.56(h) x 2.02(d)|
About the Author
PDR is located in Montvale, NJ.
Table of Contents
|Contributors and Consultants||ix|
|How to Use This Book||xv|
|Orug Identification Guide|
|Disease & Disorder Index||1647|
|Appendix 1||Safe Medication Use||1677|
|Appendix 2||Poison Control Centers||1679|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An eBook PDR is not the way to go; there is no search window for you to look up a specific drug by name , so you have to guess what page to "go to" and then page up or down to find the drug you are looking for. I would get a hard copy PDR instead.