APhA releases new edition of 'Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist'

The American Pharmacists Association has just published the fourth edition of “Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist,” a reference used by student pharmacists and practitioners.

“Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist” is an assortment of more than 35 core reference materials that are printed on lab-coat-pocket-size, laminated cards that are hole-punched with a metal ring to hold the collection together. The reference cards provide concise clinical information that student pharmacists and practicing pharmacists frequently look up.

The reference materials are color-tabbed to facilitate faster searches for similar information.

Clinical information topics featured in the reference guide include:

• Calculations and creatinine clearance equations

• Opioid conversions

• Antibiotic dosing

• Treatment guidelines on high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, asthma, infectious diseases and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

• Target serum drug concentrations

• Aminoglycoside and vancomycin management

• Immunization schedules

• Warfarin interactions

• Special population recommendations

"Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist," fourth edition, is priced at $16.95, or $13.95 for APhA members. The reference book may be ordered online at www.pharmacist.com/shop or by phone at 800-878-0729.

The new edition also will be available through APhA’s digital subscription product, PharmacyLibrary, starting on July 1.

APhA was founded in 1852 and is the biggest association of pharmacists in the U.S. APhA has more than 62,000 practicing pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians as members.

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