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Title NICU primer for pharmacists / [edited by] Amy P. Holmes
Published Bethesda, MD : American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, [2016]
©2016
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 238 pages) : illustrations
Contents General NICU considerations / Megan Lunberry and Miyuki Nakayama Shouse -- Developmental pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics / John Brock Harris -- Parenteral nutrition / Ying-Tang Ng -- Drugs in lactation / Amy P. Holmes -- Neonatal abstinence syndrome / Amy P. Holmes -- Apnea of prematurity / John Brock Harris -- Respiratory distress syndrome and bronchopulmonary dysplasia / Julia Lau -- Patent ductus arteriosus / Betsy Walters Burkey -- Pain and sedation / Ashley McCallister and Amy P. Holmes -- Neonatal bacterial sepsis and meningitis / John Brock Harris -- TORCH infections / Amy P. Holmes -- Respiratory syncytial virus / Betsy Walters Burkey and Michelle F.F. Poole -- Necrotizing enterocolitis / John Brock Harris -- Gastrointestinal disorders / John Brock Harris -- Vaccine use in infants / Amy P. Holmes -- Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn / Julia Lau -- Neonatal seizures / John Brock Harris -- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation / Wyn Wheeler
Summary "The stakes are high, time is of the essence and every detail matters--yet neonatal pharmacology often has been a challenging and poorly understood area of pediatrics. Until now. Many pharmacists working in hospital pharmacies today have little or no formal training in neonatology yet they are faced with dispensing medications to this fragile NICU population. NICU Primer for Pharmacists, by Amy P. Holmes, is a unique comprehensive overview of pharmacological treatment and neonatal care puts the information pharmacists, students, and residents need in one place, including strategies for: Selecting the optimal drug at the right dose within hours of recognizing a problem ; Detecting and correcting product dilutions ; Overseeing dosing adjustments as patients mature, increase or lose body weight ; Accommodating for multiple concurrent diseases, dramatic growth, organ maturation and damage and more ; Maximizing survival without serious long-term damage and neurodevelopmental delays. NICU Primer for Pharmacists puts the information you need in one place, so you can feel more confident making medication decisions for your tiniest patients. If your team cares for neonatal patients, consider this guide your invaluable resource for safe and effective drug therapy"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Newborn infants -- Effect of drugs on.
Perinatal pharmacology.
Premature infants -- Diseases -- Treatment.
Infant, Premature, Diseases -- drug therapy.
Pharmaceutical Preparations -- administration & dosage.
Intensive Care Units, Neonatal.
Form Electronic book
Author Holmes, Amy P., editor
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, publisher
ISBN 1585284777 (electronic book)
9781585284771 (electronic book)
Other Titles Neonatal intensive care unit primer for pharmacists