1 edition of Clinical therapy in breastfeeding patients found in the catalog.
Clinical therapy in breastfeeding patients
Thomas Wright Hale
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Thomas W. Hale, Pamela D. Berens|
|Contributions||Berens, Pamela D.|
|LC Classifications||RJ216 .H35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||521 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||521|
|LC Control Number||2010921903|
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He also has a book called Clinical Therapy in Breastfeeding Patients (first edition) that gives an overview of medications that are useful for specific conditions.
This is useful for doctors who are prescribing for lactating patients, especially because it. Objective: Discuss the knowledge of nurses in the clinical management of breastfeeding, so the benefits of breastfeeding on the health of women and children.
Clinical practice libraries should include copies of Medications and Mothers' Milk, 31 Clinical Therapy in Breastfeeding Patients, 32 and Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation, 33 either in hard copy or CD-ROM with a subscription for periodic updates.
The Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Medicines Information Hub is a page of online resources compiled by KEMH Pharmacy Department in collaboration with the Library. If you have any queries or suggestions about this page and its content please contact Tamara Lebedevs: [email protected] Author: Karen Rickman.
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