Nurse Practitioner: Pocket Psych Drugs

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Keep this portable, must-have reference in your pocket at all times to quickly access the psychotropic drug information you need!

More than 70 drug monographs provide targeted pharmacologic information on indications, pharmacokinetics, dosages, adverse reactions, and drug interactions, including herbal and food interactions.

Special features address considerations for special populations. Detailed assessments tell you what needs to be monitored when administering a specific drug. Available dosage forms provide costs for selected drugs.

Key Features:

  • Monographs
  • Organized alphabetically by generic name
  • Detailing geriatric, pediatric, and substance abuse considerations
  • Clinical assessments and clinical alerts highlighting essential patient safety information for the clinician at "point-of-care"
  • Coverage of psychopharmacology and psychobiology, including:
    • Pharmacodynamics
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Drug-herbal interactions
    • Therapeutic drug classes
    • Side effects associated with specific classes
  • Common and therapeutic lab values, as well as clozaril protocol
  • Tools Tab
    • Common abbreviations
    • Medication assessment tool
    • Psychotropic approximate dose equivalencies
    • Pregnancy categories
    • Controlled substance schedules
    • BMI and metabolic syndrome
    • Conversion of trade to generic names
  • FDA-approved "Black Box Warnings" highlighting serious risks and precautions
  • Pocket Psych Drugs

    39.95

    Keep this portable, must-have reference in your pocket at all times to quickly access the psychotropic drug information you need!

    More than 70 drug monographs provide targeted pharmacologic information on indications, pharmacokinetics, dosages, adverse reactions, and drug interactions, including herbal and food interactions.

    Special features address considerations for special populations. Detailed assessments tell you what needs to be monitored when administering a specific drug. Available dosage forms provide costs for selected drugs.

    Key Features:

    • Monographs
    • Organized alphabetically by generic name
    • Detailing geriatric, pediatric, and substance abuse considerations
    • Clinical assessments and clinical alerts highlighting essential patient safety information for the clinician at "point-of-care"
  • Coverage of psychopharmacology and psychobiology, including:
    • Pharmacodynamics
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Drug-herbal interactions
    • Therapeutic drug classes
    • Side effects associated with specific classes
  • Common and therapeutic lab values, as well as clozaril protocol
  • Tools Tab
    • Common abbreviations
    • Medication assessment tool
    • Psychotropic approximate dose equivalencies
    • Pregnancy categories
    • Controlled substance schedules
    • BMI and metabolic syndrome
    • Conversion of trade to generic names
  • FDA-approved "Black Box Warnings" highlighting serious risks and precautions