Table of contents for Mcgraw-Hill I.V. drug handbook / Patricia Dwyer Schull.

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Contributors and reviewers
Preface and User¿s Guide
Part 1
Drugs A to Z
Safe I.V. Drug Administration 
 I.V. Drug compatibilities 
 Conversions and calculations 
 Drug infusion rates 
 Venipuncture and peripheral venous access 
 Preventing and treating extravasation 
 High-alert I.V. drugs 
 Hazardous I.V. drugs 
 Guidelines for administering hazardous drugs 
 Do not use abbreviations 
 Common abbreviations 
 I.V. Drug names that look or sound alike 
 Monitoring blood levels 
 Preventing and treating extravasation 
 Adult cardiac arrest: treatment guidelines 
 Pediatric cardiac arrest: treatment guidelines 
Part 2
I.V. Drugs used less commonly 
Part 3
 Common laboratory values
 Body surface area in adults
 Body surface area in children
 Common I.V. drugs and solution admixture compatibility 
 Effects of Dialysis on drug therapy
 Identifying life-threatening adverse reactions 
Selected references

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intravenous therapy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Drugs -- Administration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Pharmaceutical Preparations -- administration & dosage -- Handbooks.
Infusions, Intravenous -- Handbooks.
Injections, Intravenous -- Handbooks.