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Mosby's Dental Drug Reference, 9th Edition

Key Features
 - More than 800 detailed monographs, with information on generic name, category and schedule, drug class, mechanics, uses, pharmacokinetics, indications and dosages, side effects and adverse reactions, precautions, contraindications, drug interactions of concern to dentistry, serious reactions, and dental considerations.
 - List of dental considerations offers suggestions for medical consultations and recommendations for the patient/family in preventing dental complications.
 - Updated CD-ROM features full-color illustrations of drug-related pathologic conditions, plus a color pill atlas of commonly prescribed drugs. The patient information sheets are only on Evolve. I have corrected that above.
 - Thoroughly reviewed by respected educators and pharmacologists in the field.
 - EVOLVE web site features patient teaching guides, a glossary of terms, important information from the text, and new drug coverage updated as needed for the life of this edition.

New to this Edition
 - 33 brand-new monographs based on dental considerations.
 - Addition of clinically significant drugs and interactions – the most common and emerging drugs seen or prescribed in dental practice.

Table of Contents
Therapeutic Management of Common Oral Lesions
Medically Compromised Patients
Individual Drug Monographs

A. Abbreviations
B. Anesthetics
C. Combination Products
D. Controlled Substances
E. Disorders and Conditions
F. Drugs Causing Dry Mouth
G. Drugs That Affect Taste
H. Complementary and Alternative Medications and Dietary Supplements
I. Pregnancy and Pediatrics
J. Preventing Medication Errors and Improving Medication Safety
K. Oral Contraceptives

Generic and Trade Name Index