Published Dec 6, 2014
NICUmiiki, DNP, NP
It's blue, white, and purple.
Bortaz, MSN, RN
Stop confusing me.
NicuGal, MSN, RN
It's a book of drugs
TiffyRN, BSN, PhD
I would like one also, please.
Last I looked they weren't being made anymore and all the available copies (which would be minimally a couple of years out of date) are ridiculously expensive. Our hospital has a computer medication reference but it's poor on neonatal drugs and if you look up compatibilities, they are virtually non-existent, which means, you have to start a new line or find something to stop temporarily to give other IV meds.
It's only in app form for your phone. Please don't use an old version with possibly outdated information. It's free to use on your phone if your facility already has a subscription to neofax online.
The app-only makes sense. Doubt I'll get the free version since my hospital probably still paid out the nose for the one we have (Lexicomp maybe?). I thought I would just get my own book, but for the high price and nothing found "younger" than 2011? No go.
Might be able to access this site at work: NeoFax - Truven Health Analytics This chart lists the options: NeoFax - Truven Health Analytics
I really miss books, sometimes!
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