These are some of the books we use to create articles on our website.
Physicians' Desk Reference 2005-2011
The Merck Manual of Medical Information, Second Edition:
We use this book to find information when we research specific diseases, their symptoms, causes, consequences and, most importantly, on treatment methods.
Complete Guide to Prescription & Nonprescription Drugs 2005-2011
We use this guide since it's 2005 edition. This is the classic guide to all major prescription and nonprescription drugs. It is convenient to quickly check the basic facts about medications. It also features a useful generic and brand name directory, a glossary of medical terms, and index by generic, brand, and class name.
Pharmacotherapy Handbook, Seventh Edition
The book addresses all aspects of many widespread diseases and disorders, from presentation and pathology to treatment and monitoring. It is an valuable addition to Merck Manual as it contains treatment algorithms and utilizes tables and figures to make important drug data easy to access and understand.
Lexi-Comp's Drug Information Handbook 2009 - 2010, 2010-2011
Lexi-Comp is the official drug reference for the American Pharmacists Association. It covers over 5500 medications and contains drug monographs and hundreds of updates. Monographs include detailed content on dosage, drug interactions, and adverse reactions. Drug information is supplemented by an extensive Appendix, which consists of several sections like Abbreviations and Measurements, Comparative Drug Charts, Infectious Diseases Prophylaxis and Treatment.
Antibiotics Simplified is a guide which combines the knowledge gained in basic sciences courses with clinical practice in infectious diseases. The book describes the important aspects of the use of antibacterial and antifungal drugs in the treatment of infectious diseases.