Essential Aussie Drugs: A not so little pocket book of common Aussie drug facts. (Desk top version) 1st edition (2016)
This book is great for drug rounds or as a reference to drug mechanisms within a drug class.
There are over 2000 drug names organised alphabetically.
The book is sorted by trade and generic names so it makes it easy to find the generic name of a drug.
There is brief information such as the drug class and common indications for almost any drug you will administer.
At the back of the book you will find over 800 medical abbreviations..
There are also commonly used drug suffixes, and a quick and easy summary of the Mechanism of Action for 30 common drug classes.
Terrific Resource… especially for novice health care professionals new to drug administration.
Excellent resource for those who have already checked the drug’s profile and critical information such as contraindications and adverse reactions, but were unfamiliar with the new trade name.
Safety and drug competence.
Remember, this resource is not designed to take the place of a MIMS or Drug advice resources provided by your institution.
This book is just an aide memoir to improve your drug knowledge and safety.