We have shared a review and a free pdf download link (Google Drive) of The Renal Drug Handbook The Ultimate Prescribing Guide for Renal Practitioners PDF, 5th Edition by Caroline Ashley and Aileen Dunleavey.
Drug dosing for different stages of renal insufficiency can be challenging. Patients can succumb to toxicities from inadequate clearance, resulting in accumulation of the drug metabolites and leading to increased vulnerability to adverse effects. This is a preventable state if clinicians have the knowledge, if not in detail, about drug pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics. This is the fifth edition of a handbook that provides well-structured guidance on prescribing drugs for patients with renal insufficiency and patients on renal replacement therapy.
This is the ultimate prescribing guide for nephrologists or physicians who encounter patients with renal impairment. It provides concise drug information and describes how to appropriately prescribe and administer the medications in this patient population.
Features of The Renal Drug Handbook: The Ultimate Prescribing Guide for Renal Practitioners.
- Each of the over 900 drug monographs contains focused and important information.
- The book lists drug names in alphabetical order, making it easy to locate the desired one.
- Information on the clinical use of each drug, along with its pharmacokinetics, metabolism, drug interaction, dosage depending on the GFR, and dialysis status is provided in an organized manner. The book also provides a list of abbreviations.
Table Of Content
- Foreword to the fifth edition
- About the editors
- List of abbreviations
- Preface. A-Z of Drugs
The Renal Drug Handbook PDF Download
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