DRUGology Handbook 11.0.5 (Mobile)
DRUGology, written by Dr. Chuck Seamens, a noted assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, is a source designed for primary care health providers, residents and medical students so that they may have a quick reference to treat a wide variety of conditions. Key Features Lists drugs indicated for specific diseases as well as doses and dosage forms. For example, antibiotics for pneumonia, drugs for afib, prophylaxis for rabies, postcoital contraception, etc. Includes facts that may be difficult to locate otherwise, such as criteria for Vtach vs. SVT, pleural exudates vs transudates, joint fluid criteria, indications for digibind, A-a gradient and creatinine clearance equation. Complete Images: Brings the content to life. Table Viewer: View tables easily and conveniently by rows and columns on the small screen.