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Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Tubes

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Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Tubes

Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Tubes


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This book covers the technical, practical and legal aspects that you should consider before prescribing or administering drugs via enteral feeding tubes.

Published in conjunction with the British Pharmaceutical Nutrition Group, the Handbook of Drug Administration via Enteral Feeding Tubes furnishes you with the background knowledge to inform clinical decision making as well as providing over 400 drug monographs.

This new edition features:
  • 29 brand new monographs
  • 404 updated monographs
  • a brand new chapter on medicines optimisation.

An essential resource for pharmacists, doctors, nurses, dieticians in hospitals, community pharmacists, GPs and anyone else involved in administering drugs to patients with limited GI access. 
ISBN
9780857111623
Author
Rebecca White and Vicky Bradnam
Published by
Pharmaceutical Press
Publication Date
March 2015
Edition
Third edition
Format
Paperback
Extent
752 pages
Dimensions
130 x 215 mm
Approx Weight
0.8 kg
HS Code
490199


  1. Introduction
  2. Types of enteral feeding tubes
  3. Flushing enteral feeding tubes
  4. Restoring and maintaining patency of enteral feeding tubes
  5. Drug therapy review
  6. Choice of medication formulation
  7. The legal and professional consequences of administering drugs via enteral feeding tubes
  8. Health and safety and clinical risk management
  9. Syringes and ports
  10. Defining interactions
  11. Medicines optimisation
  12. Individual drug monographs