Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion (CPPC) - Clinical Pharmacy Pocket Companion aims to provide the user with a range of tools, suggestions and advice to assist in the provision of effective pharmaceutical care.
Bringing together disparate information not easily found in other resources, this tool deals with obscure problems as well as routine queries arising from Therapeutic drug monitoring, Electrolyte disturbances, Management of disease states and Perioperative drug administration.
Contains concise and practical pharmaceutical information for clinical pharmacists.
An invaluable tool for practising pharmacists, medical staff, clinical technicians and also a helpful study aid for pharmacy students.
Helps to resolve routine queries arising from therapeutic drug monitoring, electrolyte disturbances, management of disease states and perioperative drug administration as well as more obscure problems.
Brings together useful information not easily found in other resources.
Additionally, you''ll get valuable added features, available only from Skyscape:
Built-in Medical Calculators: Provide instant access from within clinical topics to the
Full Images: Vivid images that aid in diagnostic workup.
Table Viewer: All the richness of extensive tables, easily viewable on the compact screen of your mobile device. View Table Viewer demo >
Plus, with Skyscape''s powerful SmartLink™ cross-linking capability you can quickly and easily access any related disease and diagnostic topics across your entire mobile reference library.
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