By Ronald I. Shorr MD MS
This straightforward, accomplished drug reference, point-of-care utilization -provides medical info on greater than a thousand medicines and their use in geriatric sufferers. as well as dosage details and scientific symptoms, this reference additionally addresses the tough problems with drug-drug and drug-disease interactions, polypharmacy, toxicity, compromised renal and hepatic functionality, withdrawal occasions, and extra. invaluable precis sections supply 'at a look' conclusions, techniques and scientific pearls.
- Get accomplished suggestions on all of the medicinal drugs you'll conceivably come upon in treating the geriatric patient.
- Better serve your geriatric sufferers with dosage and utilization guidance built particularly for them.
- Find details fast utilizing the sensible, clinically-focused, full-color format.
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Unknown if removed by hemodialysis. 5 hr. ■ Available Forms: • Tablets: 300 mg. • Oral Solution: 20 mg/ml. ■ Indications and Dosages: HIV infection (in combination with other ID-antiretrovirals): PO 300 mg twice a day or 600 mg once daily. Dosage in hepatic impairment: Mild impairment: 200 mg twice a day. Moderate to severe impairment: Not recommended. ■ Contraindications: Moderate or severe hepatic impairment ■ Side Effects Frequent Nausea (47%), nausea with vomiting (16%), diarrhea (12%), decreased appetite (11%) Occasional Insomnia (7%) ■ Serious Reactions • A hypersensitivity reaction may be life-threatening.
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