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Stockley's Drug Interactions Pocket Companion

Stockley's Drug Interactions Pocket Companion

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Stockley’s Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2016 is a portable, easy-to-use, A–Z guide to common drug interactions. This new edition is based on the latest updates of Stockley’s Drug Interactions and offers evidence-based guidance on the management of common drug–drug, drug–herb, and drug–food interactions.

Key features include:

  • New and updated interactions advice, including revalidation of the Antidiabetics monographs 
  • Over 2300 monographs 
  • A comprehensive back-of-book index 
  • Severity rating symbols to indicate the clinical significance of each interaction. 

Presented in the familiar style of the Stockley family of products, the quick-reference format makes this an essential clinical reference for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals.


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