Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Edward A. Bell|
|LC Classifications||RJ560 .B45 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1421406233, 1421406241, 142140673X|
|ISBN 10||9781421406237, 9781421406244, 9781421406732|
|LC Control Number||2012000018|
In A Parent's Guide to Children's Medicines, an experienced pediatric pharmacist answers questions about how to give safe and effective medications to children. Whether medicine is used to treat asthma or ear infections, medicine is often necessary and can be life saving--yet many parents worry about side effects and possible long-term. In A Parent's Guide to Children's Medicines, an experienced pediatric pharmacist answers questions about how to give safe and effective medications to r medicine is used to treat asthma or ear infections, medicine is often necessary and can be life saving—yet many parents worry about side effects and possible long-term consequences.4/5(1). Author: Edward A. Bell, Pharm.D, BCPS Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press Book Review by: Laxmi Chaandi. This compact, page book on medicines for children is an easy-to-use and very useful one written in plain language that answers commonly-asked questions such as: should I give certain medicines to my child and what are the benefits and side effects of each one; how should I. Get this from a library! A parent's guide to children's medicines. [Edward A Bell] -- Answers questions about how to administer effective dosages of medications to children, addressing which medications treat infections, fevers, and other common illnesses.
An indispensable guide to children’s medications that belongs on the bookshelf of every parent, grandparent, and teacher. Most parents have worried about the side effects and possible long-term consequences of administering a particular medication to their child. Medicines information leaflets cover many of the medicines that are prescribed or recommended to children by health professionals. They answer your questions about how and when to give the medicine, what to do if you forget to give the medicine or give it twice, and any possible side-effects. Full of information helpful to parents, grandparents, and others who provide care for children, Children’s Medicines is a reliable and insightful guide to how drugs for children of all ages are prescribed and used. To cure Maddie’s strep throat in time for her birthday party, all the little girl needs is some medicine and encouragement from her pharmacist in the children’s book Maddie Visits the Pharmacist. Author Donna Keissami, PharmD, who earned her degree from the University of Southern California, told Pharmacy Times that it was her life-long dream to write a children’s story.
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