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By Leonard Gomella, Steven Haist, Aimee Adams

Must-know information regarding one thousand of the main favourite medictions -- at your fingertips and able to use! compliment for a prior variation: "This is a truly priceless and updated pocket reference for standard drugs. five Stars!"--Doody's overview provider Why spend time plowing via info you don't want while what you actually need to grasp is correct the following in a single concise consultant? sufficiently small to slot in a lab coat or blouse pocket, Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference is simply what you want to perform more secure and quicker medication. prepared alphabetically by way of established drug identify universal makes use of, mechanisms of motion, dosages (adult and pediatric), precautions/contraindications, shape provided, and notes/common unintended effects features a checklist of the medicinal drugs prepared through drug type Summaries of the FDA “black field” precautions and contraindications up to date to incorporate assurance of greater than 24 new medicines and the removing of gear taken off the marketplace

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10–30 mL or 300–1200 mg PO q4–6h. Peds. 275% (Dermagran) SE: Constipation Notes: OK in renal failure Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Carbonate (Gaviscon Extra Strength, Liquid) [OTC] Uses: *Relief of heartburn, acid indigestion* Action: Neutralizes gastric acid Dose: Adults. 15–30 mL PO pc & hs; 2–4 chew tabs up to qid. Peds. ] ↑ Mg2+, w/ renal Insuff Disp: Liq w/ AlOH 95 mg/mg carbonate 358 mg/15 mL; Extra Strength liq AlOH 254 mg/Mg carbonate 237 mg/15 mL; chew tabs AlOH 160 mg/Mg carbonate 105 mg SE: Constipation, D Notes: qid doses best pc & hs; may ↓ absorption of some drugs, take 2–3 h apart to ↓ effect 38 Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide (Maalox) [OTC] Uses: *Hyperacidity* (peptic ulcer, hiatal hernia, etc) Action: Neutralizes gastric acid Dose: Adults.

Inhaler: 2 Inh q4–6h PRN; 1 Rotacaps inhaled q4–6h. PO: 2–4 mg PO tid-qid. 5% soln in 2–3 mL of NS) tid-qid. Prevent exercise-induced asthma: 2 puffs 5–30 min prior to activity Peds. Inhaler: 2 Inh q4–6h. 5 mg) in 2–3 mL of NS tid-qid. 1 mg/mL SE: Flu-like syndromes (malaise, fever, chills), N/V/D, ↑ bilirubin; capillary leak syndrome; ↓ BP, tachycardia, pulm & peripheral edema, fluid retention, & wgt gain; renal & mild hematologic tox (↓ HgB, plt, WBC), eosinophilia; cardiac tox (ischemia, atrial arrhythmias); neuro tox (CNS depression, somnolence, delirium, rare coma); pruritic rashes, urticaria, & erythroderma common.

IV: 5–10 mg/kg/dose IV q8h. Peds. Genital HSV: 3 mo–2 y: 15 mg/kg/d IV ÷ q8h × 5–7 d, 60 mg/kg/d max. 2–12 y: 1200 mg/d PO ÷ q8h × 7–10 d. >12 y: 1000–1200 mg PO ÷ q8h × 7–10 d. HSV encephalitis: 3 mo–2 12 y: 60 mg/kg/d IV ÷ q8h × 10 d. >12 y: 30 mg/kg/d IV ÷ q8h × 10 d. Chickenpox: ≥2 y: 20 mg/kg/dose PO qid × 5 d. Shingles: <12 y: 30 mg/kg/d PO or 1500 mg/ m2/d IV ÷ q8h × 7–10 d; ↓ w/ CrCl <50 mL/min Caution: [B, +] CI: Hypersensitivity to compound Disp: Caps 200 mg; tabs 400, 800 mg; susp 200 mg/5 mL; Inj 500 & 1000 mg/vial; Inj soln 25 mg/mL, 50 mg/mL oint 5% and cream 5% SE: Dizziness, lethargy, malaise, confusion, rash, IV site inflammation; transient ↑ Cr/BUN Notes: PO better than topical for herpes genitalis Adalimumab (Humira) WARNING: Cases of TB have been observed; ✓ TB skin test prior to use; Hep B reactivation possible, invasive fungal and other opportunistic Infxns reported; malignancies in children and young adults reported Uses: *Mod–severe RA w/ an inadequate response to one or more DMARDs, psoriatic arthritis (PA), juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), plaque psoriasis, ankylosing spondylitis (AS), Crohn Dz* Action: TNF-α inhibitor Dose: RA, PA, AS: 40 mg SQ qOwk; may ↑ 40 mg qwk if not on MTX.

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