Clinical handbook of psychotropic drugs
Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, May 1, 2004 - Medical - 333 pages
Widely regarded as the best practical guide on the market, the Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs presents readers with reliable, easy-to-find, state-of-the-art information. With its spiral-bound horizontal page format, succinct, bulleted outline information, clearly laid out comparison charts and tables, and comprehensive index of generic and trade names--all the latest scientific data, clinical guidelines, and patient instructions are uniquely accessible in the Handbook. Almost literally, everything you need to know about psychotropic drugs is at your fingertips in a single, inexpensive book.
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Essential for any psychiatrist or psychologistUser Review - Overstock.com
First introduced to this handbook in Psychopharmacology, I use it frequently in clinical practice. It will provide you everything you need to know about psychotropic medication. Due to its organization, it is easy to compare similar drugs. The spiral binding makes it very practical. It even has patient information sheets at toward the back. The book is, in my opinion, an essential reference for any psychiatrist or psychologist.
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