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Complete Guide to Prescription and Non-Prescription Drugs 2005 (Complete Guide to Prescription & Non-Prescription Drugs) by H. Winter Griffith (2005-02-26)

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  • Jeremy P Tarcher; Revised edition edition (2005-02-26) (1800)
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  • By fairview on October 3, 2005

    This is a useful and helpful reference to commonly used prescription and Over-The-Counter drugs. It is fairly compact, not too big or heavy. Print size is very readable and layout of the pages is good. It comes out every year with a new edition. Having up-to-date information is important.The negatives are that it does not contain information on recommended dosages. Dosages for each person can vary due to weight or build or needs as deterimed by your doctor. But it is useful to know what the average dosage is for a medication. If your dosage is larger or smaller than average it would be something that might be discussed with your doctor. Medications are listed by generic name. A person needs to look up the brand name in the index to find the generic name.This is a good guide and a useful addition to your home reference library. It is a little incomplete because of the absence of recommended dosages. But I like the inclusion of OTC medications.

  • By DC on December 10, 2004

    Great reference, but I wish prescription drugs were listed by their trade names.You have to go to the index, look up a trade name, then cross reference with the generic nameon the a to z listing.


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