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WHO Model Prescribing Information: Drugs Used in Skin Diseases
(1997; 132 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentPreface
View the documentIntroduction
Open this folder and view contentsParasitic infections
Open this folder and view contentsInsect and arachnid bites and stings
Open this folder and view contentsSuperficial fungal infections
Open this folder and view contentsSubcutaneous fungal infections
Open this folder and view contentsBacterial infections
Open this folder and view contentsViral infections
Open this folder and view contentsEczematous diseases
Open this folder and view contentsScaling diseases
Open this folder and view contentsPapulosquamous diseases
View the documentCutaneous reactions to drugs
Open this folder and view contentsPigmentary disorders
Open this folder and view contentsPremalignant lesions and malignant tumours
Open this folder and view contentsPhotodermatoses
Open this folder and view contentsBullous dermatoses
View the documentAlopecia areata
View the documentUrticaria
Open this folder and view contentsConditions common in children
View the documentAcne vulgaris
View the documentPruritus
View the documentTropical ulcers
Open this folder and view contentsAntimicrobial drugs
Open this folder and view contentsAntifugal drugs
Open this folder and view contentsAntiseptic agents
Open this folder and view contentsKeratoplastic and keratolytic agents
Open this folder and view contentsScabicides and pediculicides
Open this folder and view contentsAnti-inflammatory and antipruritic drugs1
Open this folder and view contentsAntiallergics and drugs used in anaphylaxis
Open this folder and view contentsUltraviolet radiation-blocking agents (sunscreens)
Open this folder and view contentsMiscellaneous drugs
Open this folder and view contentsAnnex
View the documentSelected WHO Publications of Related Interest
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Selected WHO Publications of Related Interest

The use of essential drugs
Seventh report of the WHO Expert Committee
WHO Technical Report Series, No. 867
1997 (vi + 74 pages) Sw. fr. 15.-

WHO model prescribing information:
drugs used in anaesthesia
1989 (53 pages) Sw. fr. 11.-

WHO model prescribing information:
drugs used in parasitic diseases, 2nd ed.
1995 (146 pages) Sw. fr. 35.-

WHO model prescribing information:
drugs used in sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection
1995 (97 pages) Sw. fr. 25.-

WHO model prescribing information:
drugs used in mycobacterial diseases
1991 (40 pages) Sw. fr. 9.-

AIDS in Africa: a manual for physicians
P. Piot et al.
1992 (viii + 125 pages) Sw. fr. 16.-

The international pharmacopoeia, 3rd ed.

Volume 1: general methods of analysis.
1979 (223 pages) Sw. fr. 24.-

Volume 2: quality specifications.
1981 (342 pages) Sw. fr. 36.-

Volume 3: quality specifications.
1988 (407 pages) Sw. fr. 64.-

Volume 4: tests, methods, and general requirements; quality specifications for
pharmaceutical substances, excipients and dosage forms.
1994 (xv + 343 pages) Sw. fr. 85.-

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