By Jerome Z. Litt, Neil Shear
Now in its 18th version, Litt’s Drug Eruptions and Reactions Manual (D.E.R.M.), is a consultant to drug eruptions, hostile reactions and clinically proper drug–drug interactions linked to over 1,000 medications. As a compilation of the continuous updates from better half web site, www.drugeruptiondata.com, this straightforward, well-organised e-book systematically catalogues opposed reactions and includes particular profiles for medicines indexed and listed in alphabetical order.
Internationally trusted for nearly two a long time by way of dermatologists and clinical practitioners, this variation has been condensed from its predecessor to supply crucial details for fast scientific reference. different types of reference comprise exchange names, half-life, interactions, being pregnant, extra lists of vital reactions and the medicine that reason them and a file of alternate names, synonyms, and commonly used names.
Containing greater than 35,000 antagonistic reactions, drug eruptions and cutaneous response styles, the ebook comprises prescription and over the counter medicinal drugs and good as biologics and vitamins. Litt’s D.E.R.M. also notes the variety of peer-reviewed references for response listings and highlights clinically vital and possibly severe drug-drug interactions.
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