Guide to Good Prescribing - A Practical Manual
(1994; 115 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentWhy you need this book
Open this folder and view contentsPart 1: Overview
Open this folder and view contentsPart 2: Selecting your P(ersonal) drugs
Close this folderPart 3: Treating your patients
View the documentChapter 6. STEP 1: Define the patient's problem
View the documentChapter 7. STEP 2: Specify the therapeutic objective
Open this folder and view contentsChapter 8. STEP 3: Verify the suitability of your P-drug
View the documentChapter 9. STEP 4: Write a prescription
View the documentChapter 10. STEP 5: Give information, instructions and warnings
View the documentChapter 11. STEP 6: Monitor (and stop?) the treatment
Open this folder and view contentsPart 4: Keeping up-to-date
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Part 3: Treating your patients

This part of the book shows you how to treat a patient with your P-drugs. Each step of the process is described in separate chapters. Practical examples illustrate how to select, prescribe and monitor the treatment, and how to communicate effectively with your patients. When you have gone through this material you are ready to put into practice what you have learned.

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