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by Joseph T. Ph.D. Dipiro,Terry L. Ph.D. Schwinghammer,Cindy W. Ph.D. Hamilton,Barbara G. Wells

Download Pharmacotherapy Handbook eBook
Joseph T. Ph.D. Dipiro,Terry L. Ph.D. Schwinghammer,Cindy W. Ph.D. Hamilton,Barbara G. Wells
Medicine & Health Sciences
Appleton & Lange; 1 edition (March 28, 1998)
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Barbara Wells, BS Ph, PharmD is the former dean and professor at the University of Mississippi School of. .

Joe DiPiro, PharmD is Professor and Dean of VCU School of Pharmacy. Cecily DiPiro is a PharmD and an accomplished author.

Terry Schwinghammer (Oxford, MS) joined the faculty of the University of Mississippi in August 2005 as Professor and Chair of.Good quick handbook to understanding the various topics from the actual Pharmacotherapy book.

Terry Schwinghammer (Oxford, MS) joined the faculty of the University of Mississippi in August 2005 as Professor and Chair of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy. Provides relevant clinical information and handy for rotations, however it may be heavy to carry in white lab coat.

AbeBooks Barbara G. Wells, PharmD, FASHP, FCCP (Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, Pocatello) Joseph T. DiPiro, PharmD, FCCP (University of Georgia College of Pharmacy.

Barbara G. DiPiro, PharmD, FCCP (University of Georgia College of Pharmacy; Medical College of Georgia, Augusta) Terry Schwinghammer, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS (University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Cindy W. Hamilton, PharmD (Virginia Beach, VA).

Pharmacotherapy Handbook book.

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By (author) Barbara G. Wells, By (author) Joseph T. DiPiro, By (author) Terry L. Schwinghammer, By (author) Cecily V. DiPiro.

by Barbara G. Wells (Author), Joseph T. DiPiro (Author), Terry L. Schwinghammer (Author), Cecily V.They contain all the pertinent info, as well as some very helpful charts. DiPiro (Author) & 1 more. I continued to reference it during my 4th year APPE rotations, and brought it along with me to my PGY1 residency.

Find nearly any book by Terry L. Schwinghammer. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Joseph T. Dipiro, Terry L. Schwinghammer, Barbara G. Wells, Barbara Wells. ISBN 9780838581780 (978-0-8385-8178-0) Hardcover, Appleton & Lange, 1999.

Alphabetically organized by disease state, this handbook combines an outline format with tables, charts and algorithms. Each disease is presented in the same way, including definition, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, desired outcome, treatment and long-term strategies.
  • Frlas
This is a supplement to the much larger Pharmacotherapy textbook by DiPiro. I'm in pharmacy school and to have the information distilled down to just the information I need instead of useless factoids is priceless. If you're taking a class and have the textbook as assigned reading, don't even bother buying it. Buy this in it's place. The chapter's don't correlate exactly to the big book, but the index is very thorough and it's easy to find what you're looking for.
  • Viashal
I originally purchased this as a supplement in pharmacy school which is nice if you're looking for basic information. However, if you're serious about getting into pharmacotherapy or anything slightly in depth in terms of therapy, this book only skims the surface. Plus many schools nowadays have access to uptodate and other drug references which give more in depth answers along with literature to back it up. I barely touched this book purchasing it.
  • Berkohi
I am a pharmacist who has been out of school for more than 7 years. I bought this book in hopes it would be a good concise review, since I feel like I have forgotten a lot specific disease state information that I learned in school. This book is well organized, but in general I have found it difficult to use for learning. I think this book assumes that you already have a pretty good knowledge of diseases, and uses terminology that is sometimes beyond what I remember. I also feel like it doesn't go into as much detail as I would like for drug recommendations and dosings. Overall, I would not buy again. If you're still in school, this would probably be a great concise book to use along with your big Dipiro. But for someone like me, whose disease knowledge isn't as strong as it used to be, this book is just frustrating.
  • Uanabimo
This is a great book, easy to read and follow. Concise enough where you can read it fast but with enough background information so the drug therapy makes sense. You will get a thorough understanding on what drugs are used and why. Picks up on the key points a pharmacist needs to know in practice and a student or someone who is studying for the boards needs to know for exams. Flowcharts are great, has JNC-VI guidelines which are the standard when it comes to drug therapy and pharmaceutical care. Overall, a great book that will enhance your understanding by leaps and bounds.
  • Shakar
Well formatted, concise, a great book to carry with and reference because I refuse to carry the giant Dipiro pharmacotherapy book. My only complaint is that it seems to miss lupus completely, other than to mention it thrice as an adverse effect of a couple drugs. I was kind of hoping that it would address SLE completely, as its own chapter, or even with any of the other immune diseases. I am otherwise pleased with my purchases, as I have actually bought a total of 4, one for me and for 3 of my classmates as gifts. As far I know, they're all pleased as well.
  • Direbringer
really good book to own as an NP
they update it often- but the information at best, stays the same
  • Billy Granson
This handbook is great to have on rotations. It has a broad range of topics that you can read an overview of and the main therapies that are used for the particular disease. Came in very handy for me. Keep in mind it's a very thick/heavy little handbook to carry around but a great reference!
This book is great, particularly for registered nurses. We don't need to know every ounce of chemistry and molecular detail, just what it does and what it works with and what is the common prescribing dose for it. But, you can get that in any nursing drug book but this book tells you nuances about the drugs and tells you clinically how it could affect your patients.