Published Aug 25, 2004
Hello dear ICU Nurses,
Please excuse me for invading your space, but I am a new medical librarian and have found your discussions a *treasure trove* for sources of critical care information. I am trying to serve our ICU with the best information possible, so I truly appreciate your discussions.
Would anyone know of a good IV med book that is appropriate for the ICU/critical care setting? I have found Gahart's IV Medications, but was wondering if there was another, preferred source. Our ICU nurse manager was looking for one which is not in the "pocket manual" style.
Any and all advice or suggestions are greatly appreciated! :)
I just purchased the twenty-first edition of Intravenous Medications (2005) by Betty L. Gahart and Adrienne R. Nazareno.
Love it. It's packed.
The ISBN is 0-323-02414-9
The only thing I haven't liked about this particular book over the years is that it's spiral bound with really thin pages.
But I still love it!
Begalli, thanks so much for the feedback! I've just put it on the list for my next book order.
Would you know of any good critical care med book too? A very kind and generous donor just alotted money for our RNs and I want to make sure that our critical care nursing staff has a good selection of med books. Any and all feedback is truly appreciated.
Thank you very much, again, for your help! Please let me know if you ever need research help! I will be very glad to help! :)
I just purchased the twenty-first edition of Intravenous Medications (2005) by Betty L. Gahart and Adrienne R. Nazareno.Love it. It's packed.The ISBN is 0-323-02414-9The only thing I haven't liked about this particular book over the years is that it's spiral bound with really thin pages.But I still love it!
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