- Frieda Atherton Pickett RDH, MS, Former Adjunct Associate Professor, Dental Hygiene Program,East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
- Géza T. Terézhalmy DDS, MA, Endowed Professor in Clinical Dentistry, Dental School Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX. , Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Written for dental professionals, the Second Edition of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins’ Dental Drug Reference quickly resolves questions and concerns that arise during patient consults, helping you design appropriate and safe oral health care treatment plans. It focuses on drugs that you’re likely to encounter reviewing a patient’s medical history as well as drugs that are prescribed for the management of orodental pain, oral infections, and common mucocutaneous conditions. A bonus CD-ROM offers all drug monographs from the handbook in an easy-to-use, searchable format plus printable monographs for inclusion in patient charts. You’ll also find an image bank with full-color photographs to help you identify adverse drug effects and oral conditions.
NEW! Alphabetical index for trade and generic drug names and synonyms
NEW A full-color image insert in the book with photographs of adverse drug effects and selected oral conditionsA bonus CD packaged with every book contains:
- All drug monographs from the book in an easy-to-use, searchable format
- Printable drug monographs that can be included in patient charts
- An image bank with full-color photographs to help you identify adverse drug effects and oral conditions.
The fully searchable version of the text and the image collection is also available online at http://thepoint.lww.com/PickettDDR2e
Fully updated drug information, with monographs for more than 600 generic drugs.
Three beneficial sections:
- Section One: Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics covers the principles of pharmacology and adverse drug events alongside important information on the pharmacological and clinical management of oral disease. You’ll also find examples of prescription writing to help practitioners write prescriptions accurately and efficiently.
- Section Two: A to Z Listing of Drugs offers concise therapeutic monographs for drugs likely to be reported on a medical history, emphasizing clinical information that dental professionals need to consider. More than 600 drugs are covered, with expanded information within monographs for drugs prescribed by the dentist. In addition to U.S. brand names, Canadian and Mexican trade names are included within each drug monograph and easily identified with an icon.
- Section Three: Appendices includes drugs listed by therapeutic category or condition, definitions of common abbreviations, information relevant to dentistry for herbal and nutritional supplements, a Spanish/English dental communications guide, information on preventive products, and more!
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