Backed by quality, peer-reviewed published literature, the Handbook on Injectable DrugsÆ has been a go-to, trusted resource for more than four decades. Authored under the editorial authority of AHFS Drug InformationÆ and published by ASHP, itís the global gold standard for IV compatibility and stability information of injectable drugs, useful for academia, drug information centers, hospitals, and long-term care facilities..
Handbook on Injectable Drugs is the most comprehensive reference on injectable drug data, trusted by pharmacists and other health care professionals globally. This latest update is based on the 20th edition features 27 new monographs, 23,663 compatibility pairs, and 276 new references.
With its 40-year track record of precise, accurate detail, nothing else comes close for compatibility, stability, storage, and preparation of parenteral drugs.
Quick data search for 351 drugs
Monographs cross-referenced with American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (AHFS) Drug Information through AHFS classification numbers
How to prepare, store and administer drugs
- Information accumulated from 2,788 references
- Quick identification of drug compatibility with easy to understand icons
- Drugs listed alphabetically by generic name for efficient searching, with brand names also listed
- Tabulated results from primary research on the compatibility of the listed drug with infusion solutions and other drugs
- Four compatibility tables are provided for each drug: solution, additive, syringe, and Y-site
- Storage requirements and general stability information, including pH, freezing, exposure to light, sorption and filtration characteristics, and repackaging information
- Key product data including common sizes, strengths, volumes, and forms in which the drug is supplied. Also includes pH, osmotic value, and other important product information
- Parenteral Drugs by Caryn Bing and Anna Nowobilski-Vasilios. This extended stability information is specifically designed for use in home and other infusion practices