Guide to Good Prescribing - A Practical Manual
(1994; 115 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
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View the documentWhy you need this book
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Open this folder and view contentsPart 2: Selecting your P(ersonal) drugs
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Close this folderAnnexes
Open this folder and view contentsAnnex 1: Essentials of pharmacology in daily practice
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Close this folderAnnex 3: How to explain the use of some dosage forms
View the documentCHECKLIST 1. Eye drops
View the documentCHECKLIST 2. Eye ointment
View the documentCHECKLIST 3. Ear drops
View the documentCHECKLIST 4. Nasal drops
View the documentCHECKLIST 5. Nasal spray
View the documentCHECKLIST 6. Transdermal patch
View the documentCHECKLIST 7. Aerosol
View the documentCHECKLIST 8. Inhaler with capsules
View the documentCHECKLIST 9. Suppository
View the documentCHECKLIST 10. Vaginal tablet with applicator
View the documentCHECKLIST 11. Vaginal tablet without applicator
View the documentCHECKLIST 12. Applying vaginal creams, ointments and gels
Open this folder and view contentsAnnex 4. The use of injections
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CHECKLIST 8. Inhaler with capsules

1. Cough up as much sputum as possible.
2. Place the capsule(s) in the inhaler according to manufacturer's instructions.
3. Breathe out slowly and empty lungs of as much air as possible.
4. Place lips tightly around the mouthpiece.
5. Tilt head backward slightly.
6. Take a deep breath through the inhaler.
7. Hold the breath for ten to fifteen seconds.
8. Breathe out through the nose.
9. Rinse the mouth with warm water.


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