Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference 2006 (Clinician's Pocket by Leonard G. Gomella, Steven A. Haist, Aimee Gelhot Adams,

By Leonard G. Gomella, Steven A. Haist, Aimee Gelhot Adams, Kelly M. Smith,

A conveyable, Quick-Access consultant to 1,000+ everyday medicinal drugs! This advisor offers greater than 1,000 time-honored medicines besides crucial info on their choice and management. each one drug contains facts equivalent to universal makes use of, mechanism of motion, dosage, cautions, contraindications, dosing formulations, and unwanted side effects. in contrast to so much different drug publications that are only compiled from databases, this one has editorial evaluate from world-renowned practising physicians and educators

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15–30 mL PO pc & hs. Peds. ] Supplied: Liq w/ aluminum hydroxide 95 mg + magnesium carbonate 358 mg/15 mL SE: May cause ↑ Mg2+ (w/ renal insuff), constipation, D Notes: Doses qid are best given pc & hs; may affect absorption of some drugs Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide (Maalox) [OTC] Uses: *Hyperacidity* (peptic ulcer, hiatal hernia, etc) Action: Neutralizes gastric acid Dose: Adults. 10–60 mL or 2–4 tabs PO qid or PRN. Peds. ] Supplied: Tabs, susp SE: May cause ↑ Mg2+ in renal insuff, constipation, D Notes: Doses qid best given pc & hs Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide & Simethicone (Mylanta, Mylanta II, Maalox Plus) [OTC] Uses: *Hyperacidity w/ bloating* Action: Neutralizes gastric acid & defoaming Dose: Adults.

1 AHF unit/kg ↑ factor 38 Antithymocyte Globulin VIII level ≅2%. 5). Prevent spontaneous hemorrhage = 5% nl. Hemostasis after trauma/surgery = 30% nl. Head injuries, major surgery, or bleeding = 80–100% nl. ] Supplied: Check each vial for units contained SE: Rash, fever, HA, chills, N/V Antithymocyte Globulin. See Lymphocyte Immune Globulin, page 123 Apomorphine (Apokyn) WARNING: Do not administer IV Uses: *Acute, intermittent hypomobility (“off”) episodes of Parkinson Dz* Action: Dopamine agonist Dose: Adults.

Gomella. Click here for terms of use. 26 Acetaminophen + Butalbital ± Caffeine Nonnarcotic analgesic; ↓ CNS synthesis of prostaglandins & hypothalamic heatregulating center Dose: Adults. 650 mg PO or PR q4–6h or 1000 mg PO q6h; max 4 g/24 h. Peds. <12 y. 6 g/24 h. Quick dosing Table 1 (page 198). 6 mL; supp 80, 120, 125, 300, 325, 650 mg SE: OD causes hepatotox at 10-g dose; 15 g is potentially lethal Rx w/ N-acetylcysteine Notes: No antiinflammatory or plt-inhibiting action; avoid EtOH Acetaminophen + Butalbital ± Caffeine (Fioricet, Medigesic, Repan, Sedapap-10, Two-Dyne, Triapin, Axocet, Phrenilin Forte) [C-III] Uses: *Tension HA,* mild pain Action: Nonnarcotic analgesic w/ barbiturate Dose: 1–2 tabs or caps PO q4/6h PRN; ↓ in renal/hepatic impair; 4 g/24 h APAP max Caution: [D, +] Alcoholic liver Dz Contra: G6PD deficiency Supplied: Caps Medigesic, Repan, Two-Dyne: butalbital 50 mg, caffeine 40 mg, + APAP 325 mg.

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