Ophthalmologic Drug GuideDe (autor) Douglas J. Rhee, Kathryn A. Colby, Lucia Sobrin, Christopher J. Rapuano
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 03 Dec 2010
Antibacterial Agents.- Antifungal Agents.- Antiviral Agents.- Antiparasitic Agents.- Antiglaucoma Agents.- Neuro-ophthalmology.- Retina.- Antiinflammatory Agents.- Mydriatics, Cycloplegics, and Reversal Agents.- Lubricants and Viscoelastics.- Miscellaneous (Appendices) Topical Antibacterial Spectrum.- Preparing Fortified Topical Antibiotics and Oral Acetazolamide Solution.- Antifungal Activity Spectrum.- Renal Dosing for Selected Drugs.- Glaucoma Medication Preservatives.- Product Index.- Subject Index.
Douglas J. Rhee, MDAssistant ProfessorHarvard Medical SchoolAssociate Chief, Practice DevelopmentMassachusetts Eye & Ear InfirmaryBoston, Massachusetts USA Katheryn A. Colby, MD, PhDAssistant Professor Harvard Medical SchoolCornea ServiceMassachusetts Eye & Ear InfirmaryBoston, Massachusetts USA Christopher J. Rapuano, MDProfessorJefferson Medical CollegeDirector, Cornea ServiceWills Eye HospitalPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania USA Lucia Sobrin, MD, MPHAssistant ProfessorHarvard Medical SchoolMassachusetts Eye & Ear InfirmaryBoston, Massachusetts USA
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The updated edition of this popular pocket guide includes new drugs available and FDA-approved since publication of the first edition and also guidance on using the growing number of drugs now prescribed for off-label purposes, such as anti-VEGF agents, used in cancer treatments, which are also being used to stop cell growth in age-related macular degeneration. Drugs are grouped by presenting disease (e.g., glaucoma, retinal disease, cataracts), and readers may also access information via the Product Index or the Subject Index. The entire book is presented in a table format to facilitate quick look-up.
Three ways to access drug information: by disease, by product name, and by topic
Presented in table format, to facilitate quick look-up New edition includes new agents in retinal disease and glaucoma