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Book Review
The Renal Drug Handbook: The Ultimate Prescribing Guide for Renal Practitioners, 4th edition
  1. Kathleen Jodoin
  1. Correspondence to Dr Kathleen Jodoin, Pharm.D, BCPS, Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy, Miami 33169, FL, USA

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Edited by C Ashely and A Dunleavy with a foreword by Professor David C Wheeler. Radcliffe Publishing, London, 2014. ISBN-13: 978 190936 894 1

Originally published in 1999 and updated every 5 years, the established Renal Drug Handbook provides pertinent information on medication dosing in patients with various stages of renal dysfunction. The editorial members are also part of the UK Renal Pharmacy Group as well as active renal practitioners.

Each medication is listed alphabetically in the book followed by 1–2 pages of renal-related information that is concisely organised into bolded categories. This streamlined design …

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