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Download American Medical Association Guide to Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs eBook
ISBN:
0394569490
Author:
American Medical Association
Category:
Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Random House; No Edition Stated edition (February 12, 1988)
Pages:
576 pages
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1339 kb
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1381 kb
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  • Hulore
Has a very good section on OTC medicines which is primarily what I was looking for. Easy to find also.
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  • Gavirus
This has been an amazing book. It describes both prescription and OTC drugs in detail without being overly technical. For years it has been an excellent reference that I have relied on. In the past few years, though, more and more of the drugs prescribed for my family have not been in the book. I really wish that the AMA would put out a fresh edition of this excellent work, which is now not nearly so useful as it once was.
  • Tenius
I have found this book to be of immense help in not only fully describing the medications in sufficient detail, but also how each medication functions within the body. Dosages, referrals to other drugs in a particular drug family, and the ability to cross-reference medications within the same book, makes it a wonderful book for reference. My current copy is very worn, and I really would like to see this same book revised from the AMA VERY VERY soon. Thanks!!
  • Kamick
I have used this book frequently however I believe with all the newer medications since 1988, we desperately need an up date. This is a very easy book to use. I have used others but prefer this one. A newer book for 2004 would be nice.
  • Venemarr
Excellent book. My wife is 69 years old has SLE "Lupus" and she has been on many different drugs. The newer drugs are not listed in the 1988 edition. Would be very happy if a new additon would be published.