Linda Skidmore-Roth, RN, MSN, NP
Comprehensive drug monographs contain the latest information on:
Rx or OTC designations generic namespronunciations U.S. and Canadian trade names functional and chemical classification controlled-substance schedule do-not-confuse drugs actions, uses, unlabeled uses, dosages and routes available forms side effects contraindications precautions pharmacokinetics interactions (including drug/herb, drug/food and drug lab test) nursing considerations treatment of overdose
Nursing Process steps used as the framework for organizing all information.Alphabetical listing of drug monographs by generic drug name.
Emphasis on safety and safe drug administration.
Black Box Warningsalert to dangerous and/or life-threatening adverse effects.Safety Alert icons call out the most critical interactions and side-effects that nurses must watch for.IV drug information, including special considerations and Y-site, syringe, and additive compatibilities.Common and life-threatening side effects are organized by body system for easy identification.
2014 Update includes 23 recently approved drugs.