This advanced pharmacotherapeutics text for nurse practitioners and physician assistants offers guidelines on prescribing drugs for over 50 common diseases and disorders.
Author: Virginia Poole Arcangelo
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This advanced pharmacotherapeutics text for nurse practitioners and physician assistants offers guidelines on prescribing drugs for over 50 common diseases and disorders. The book is organized by disorder rather than drug class and includes algorithms and case studies that illustrate critical thinking aspects of prescribing, such as drug selection, lifespan considerations, therapeutic drug monitoring, adverse reactions, unexpected outcomes, and when to change therapy. This Second Edition has new chapters on oncologic disorders and complementary and alternative medicines. Improved case studies reflect more realistic practice issues in decision-making. Additional areas addressed include food-drug interactions, dietary considerations, and concerns regarding geriatric patients.
Written for nurse practitioners and physician's assistants, this advanced pharmacotherapeutics text focuses on aspects of applied therapeutics for primary care providers.
Author: Virginia Poole Arcangelo
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Written for nurse practitioners and physician's assistants, this advanced pharmacotherapeutics text focuses on aspects of applied therapeutics for primary care providers. The volume is organized according to body systems and explores drugs used to manage more than 56 common conditions, such as: hypertension, peptic ulcer disease, and asthma. Using algorithms to illustrate the process of drug selection, this book provides guidelines for drug selection, lifespan considerations, therapeutic drug monitoring, adverse reactions, poor outcomes and information about when to change therapy, and alternative therapy. Therapy is discussed using first-, second- and third-line drug choices. Comprehensive yet concise case studies, written for adult learners, help readers retain information.
Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: Practical approach (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Axtell-Thompson, L. M. (2005). Consumer directed health care: Ethical limits to choice and responsibility.
Author: Marie Annette Brown
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A new era of opportunity is emerging for advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to increasingly address gaps in access to quality healthcare. APRNs must be prepared to practice to the full scope of their education and abilities. As more and more states pass legislation enhancing prescriptive authority and fully autonomous practice for APRNs, a comprehensive resource on prescribing practices is needed. The increasing demands of today's fast-paced healthcare environment require a new level of prescriber expertise. Knowledge about medication characteristics and effectiveness must be accompanied by an understanding of the context and process of prescribing. The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse as a Prescriber provides practicing APRNs and students with the information necessary to make fully informed, rational and ethical decisions as prescribers. This book opens with an overview of the role of the APRN prescriber and moves on to discussing practical issues such as managing difficult patient situations, special considerations when prescribing controlled substances, the influence of pharmaceutical marketing, state regulation, and legal aspects of prescribing. The book also examines barriers to prescribing, and the concluding chapter underscores key information to build cultural competence when prescribing. An evidence-based resource for all APRNs and APRN students, The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse as a Prescriber provides a comprehensive and practical resource essential for APRNs in all advanced practice roles.
Author: Jane Geyer, MSN, WHNP-BCPublish On: 2020-11-15
Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice: A Practical Approach. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2013:424–453. 11. Adams M, Holland N, Urban C. Drugs for bowel disorders and other gastrointestinal conditions.
Author: Jane Geyer, MSN, WHNP-BC
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Note to Readers: Publisher does not guarantee quality or access to any included digital components if book is purchased through a third-party seller. The first resource to focus on pediatric and adolescent gynecology from the perspective of frontline health care providers This one-of-a-kind, quick-access guide for nurses delivers current patient assessment and management information for the specialized field of pediatric and adolescent gynecology (PAG). Underscoring the need to consider the unique questions and concerns of the younger population as distinct from those of adults, this authoritative resource addresses a multitude of common PAG patient questions and chief complaints, including acute and chronic conditions and commonly prescribed medications and their potential side effects. Helping to foster sound decision-making in triage settings, chapters highlight red flags to consider. They include a list of pertinent questions to ask the patient, provide assessment directives, recommend appropriate interventions and/or delegation as needed, and describe commonly prescribed medications. Chapters also present considerations for special populations, particularly those who may be at a higher risk for gynecologic problems, medication side effects, and/or medication interactions. To facilitate ease of use, this guide is organized into chapters based on medication or chief complaint. Appendices deliver useful templates for effective telephone encounters and documentation, home care instructions post-procedure, a supply checklist for office treatments, administration and follow-up care for vaccines and injections, at-home medication instructions, and more. Key Features: Provides a unique focus on common PAG concerns for nurses and physician assistants Describes management guidelines for key complaints Organized in quick-access format with bulleted information, short paragraphs, charts and tables, and references for additional information Covers medication management and side effects Focuses extensively on hormonal contraceptive options Includes information on special pediatric populations Offers several useful Appendices with downloadable practice tools
Accessed Nov. 17, 2018. 9. B.G. Katzung, Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 14th ed., A Lange Medical Book (2018), 1144. 10. V.P. Arcangelo and A.M. Peterson, Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice: A Practical Approach, 3rd ed.
Author: Charles Theisler
Publisher: CRC Press
Despite tremendous gains in medical knowledge, most conditions are managed, rather than cured, by medications. As a result, countless patients seek supplemental modes of care to better control their symptoms and conditions to improve their overall wellbeing. This reality spotlights the need for adjuvant medical procedures. Adjuvant medical care refers to any supportive therapy that enhances the outcome of medical measures already in place. Adjuvant care does not replace primary or traditional treatments, but instead serves as add-on care to the initial medical treatment plan prescribed by a health care provider. The addition of one or more non-prescription therapies (e.g., nutritional support, over-the-counter remedies, home care, dietary measures, supplements, etc.) to the primary medical management regimen has become increasingly popular and mainstream thanks to scientific studies that have documented favorable outcomes for many patients. The verifiable scientific merit of these additional medical options demonstrates their usefulness in the treatment of many medical conditions. The purpose of this handbook is to provide support to doctors and patients who are interested in safe and effective non-prescription and non-pharmacological medical therapies for specific conditions to minimize symptoms and optimize recovery and quality of life. • Helps doctors and patients discover additional therapies that can reduce pain, advance health outcomes, minimize complications and disability, and extend life. • Presents safe, reliable, and practical options that are available to reduce symptoms, maximize recovery, and positively augment the management of a variety of conditions. • Provides medical insight into less traditional, yet often effective, supportive options for enhancing and optimizing patient response to care. This book is a valuable resource for both doctors and patients who are committed to achieving the best possible medical outcomes through a variety of coordinated approaches.
Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice. A practical approach. 4th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2017. Carl LL, Gallo JA, Johnson PR. Practical pharmacology in rehabilitation: effect of medication on therapy. 1st ed.
Author: Hyŏn-yun Ko
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Electronic books
This comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the rehabilitation care of persons with spinal cord injuries and disorders draws on the ever-expanding scientific and clinical evidence base to provide clinicians with the knowledge needed in order to make optimal management decisions during the acute, subacute, and chronic phases. The second edition re-organized contents as more clinically practical use, consisting of 48 chapters. Also, new chapters such as kinesiology and kinematics of functional anatomy of the extremities are added as well. Readers will also find chapters on the basics of functional anatomy, neurological classification and evaluation, injuries specifically in children and the elderly, and psychological issues. The book will be an invaluable aid to assessment and medical care for physicians and other professional personnel in multiple specialties, including physiatrists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, internists, critical care physicians, urologists, neurologists, psychologists, and social workers.
Introduction Peptic ulcer has become one of the leading gastrointestinal (GIT) disorders. ... Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice: A Practical Approach, Volume 536 (Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006) 377 known to ...
Author: Patrick Kimuyu
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Document from the year 2018 in the subject Medicine - Therapy, grade: 1, Egerton University, language: English, abstract: Peptic ulcer has become one of the leading gastrointestinal (GIT) disorders. This phenomenon is attributable to the causes of the ulcers, especially Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infections which are difficult to treat . They are also caused by acid production from the gastric lining. Therefore, treatment with recent medication depends on the cause of peptic ulcers. Currently, there are different forms of medication used for treating peptic ulcers comprising of antibiotics, acid blockers, antacids, and cytoprotective agents. This article provides a comprehensive discussion on recent medication for peptic ulcers.
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Author: Sharon L. Lewis
The 6th edition has been thoroughly revised to incorporate the most recent medical-surgical nursing information. This comprehensive resource contains essential information that students need to prepare for lectures, classroom activities, examinations, clinical assignments, and comprehensive care of patients.
Keeling A , Williams S , Shuster G , Boyle A : Noncompliance revisited : A disciplinary perspective of a nursing diagnosis . ... in Muma RD , Lyons BA , Newman TA , Carnes BA ( eds ) : Patient Education : A Practical Approach .
Author: Laurel A. Eisenhauer
In comprehensive detail, this text examines prescribing and monitoring of medications for adult patients, patient assessment and drug therapy, variations in patient responses to drug therapy and the role of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, drug therapy in specific populations including the pregnant patient and the older patient, and monitoring and evaluating drug therapy including side effects and interactions. In addition, a review of drugs by body system integrates detailed information on indications, contraindications, dosage, and side effects giving the busy ANP one place to turn for definitive guidelines on drug therapy. Plus, throughout, you'll find the unique perspective that only these ANP authors can provide. Case studies at the end of the book focus on patient data and full patient assessment.
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Author: Mary Lee
Publisher: Amer Soc of Health System
Provides information about common laboratory tests used to screen or diagnose diseases, monitor the effectiveness and safety of treatment, or assess disease severity. Each laboratory test is described in terms of its uses, how to interpret the results, causes for abnormal lab test results, and more.