Critical Care Drug Reference Guide?


I was wondering if anyone knew whether a drug book specifically for ICU for clinical rotation is a good idea? I already had ordered it, but silly Amazon canceled the order for whatever reason, so now I am debating should I spend the extra money. It is not a required book, only recommended, as we already have another drug guide. Are there any particular drugs that may not be included in a regular drug manual that would make buying this book a good investment? Just trying to control my costs here; I'm always debating on "Recommended" textbooks.

It's this book in particular:

I already have this book:

allnurses Guide

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I always go with the idea that you can never have too many books.

Some are more helpful than others in any given situation.

If it will not cause you a financial hardship, why not get it?

It certainly can't hurt.