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Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology ePub download

by David L. Severson,Andrew J. Scheman

  • Author: David L. Severson,Andrew J. Scheman
  • ISBN: 0781721008
  • ISBN13: 978-0781721004
  • ePub: 1204 kb | FB2: 1833 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Subsequent edition (June 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 230
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 462
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Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology ePub download

Start by marking Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology as Want to Read . David L. Severson, Andrew J. Scheman.

Start by marking Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The text lists the brand and generic names of medications used to treat specific skin problems and provides concise information on ingredients, preparation, dosing.

by Andrew J. Scheman (Author), David L. Severson (Author). Paperback, 1 May 2001. It is useful for both medical students, dermatology residents, and physicians in practice including seasoned dermatologists.

Focuses on prescription and over-the-counter dermatologic medications and widely used beauty products. This is the best book out there for listing meds used in various conditions in dermatology

Focuses on prescription and over-the-counter dermatologic medications and widely used beauty products. This text lists the brand and generic names of medications used to treat specific skin problems and offers information on ingredients, dosing guidelines, side effects and contraindications, and ingredients that can act as sensitizing agents. This is the best book out there for listing meds used in various conditions in dermatology. Great pocket book for any resident or practing derm.

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Items related to Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology. Scheman MD; David L. Severson Pocket Guide to Medications Used in Dermatology. The text lists the brand and generic names of medications used to treat specific skin problems and provides concise information on ingredients, preparation, dosing guidelines, any side effects and contraindications, and ingredients that can act as sensitizing agents.

Read instantly in your browser. by Andrew J. Scheman MD (Author), David L. ISBN-13: 978-0781746847. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

ISBN13:9780683301069. Release Date:January 1997.

Note: This guide provides only information about locating books, articles, dissertations and theses those completed at other universities . Andrew J Scheman David L Severson. Physical Description.

Note: This guide provides only information about locating books, articles, dissertations and theses those completed at other universities, however, Philadelphia University does not contain the full text itself nor its contents in electronic form nor its physical form. قدم هذا الدليل معلومات حول مكان الكتب، والأبحاث، والأطروحات والرسائل الجامعية تلك التي أنجزت في الجامعات الأخرى مع العلم بأن جامعة فيلادلفيا لا تحتوي على نسخة ورقية او الكترونية من هذا المصدر. Pocket guide to medications used in dermatology for Scheman Andrew J. Details.

Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL. Pocket-sized quick reference for practitioners and residents. Consists of charts listing dermatologic products, dosages, and therapeutic notes. Previous edition: c1997. Trim size: 7.5 x 4 inches. Softcover. DNLM: Skin Diseases--drug therapy handbooks.
Ishnjurus
After multiple editions (at least seven prior to this one) the "pocket guide" is somewhat comprehensive for a quick reference. It is useful for both medical students, dermatology residents, and physicians in practice including seasoned dermatologists. Useful prescribing information such as typical trade sizes and contact allergen information for hundreds of commonly prescribed drugs, shampoos, conditioners, sunscreens, hormones, fish oils, depigmenting agents, debriding agents, antipruritics, antiseborrheics, bases, baths, antifungals and many others are at your finger tips. Overall recommended. It is advised to correlate with online data as this edition is a bit older and like everything, some things change.
INvait
Wow,
Impeccable condition! I lost my previoius pocket guide and was thrilled to order this one at such an affordable price than other vendors. The only draw back is that this pocketguide hasn't been published since 2003, but most if not all prescription topicals are in here except for your newer foams and solutions. I imagine what will be a handfull is updating all the over the counter cosmeceuticals into a pocketguide without offending any particular manufacturer.
Dermy
Braendo
I have used this reference for years in the dermatology offices I have worked, great reference for medications.
Zymbl
This is the best book out there for listing meds used in various conditions in dermatology. Has dosages, available sizes, comparisons, charts, tables, etc. Very in depth (for example lists known sensitizers in various known products for quick reference). Great pocket book for any resident or practing derm.

Michael J. Crowe
Aurizar
I bought this book a month ago.I think it was the biggest mistake of my life!It's completely boring.It's just like reading a Pharmocopia or Drug Index (Even they are better!!!).
There are no illustrations,writing is very small,abbreviations are allot and difficult to follow.Above all it's quite expensive.
I don't recommend this book to any dermatologist or health practitioner.
Sorry!!
Endieyab
I received the wrong edition of a book I had bought. The picture posted with the review was not the same book.
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