This comprehensive guide provides safe, effective, current, and accurate drug administration information in a quickly accessible format. The fully revised 2004 edition includes the latest drugs approved by the FDA. This is the only drug guide to include Prototype Drugs for easier learning. Also included are Drug Interactions that include food and herbal interactions, Geriatric and Pediatric Dosing Guidelines that include infants and neonates, complete IV Preparation and Administration information, Adverse Effects organized by body system, Administration Information organized by route, as well as a comprehensive Companion Website - www.prenhall.com/drugguides - that provides access to the most up-to-date drug information. For health professionals in a clinical setting as well as a supplement for students in health professions courses.
Investors need to be fully conversant with the differences in the way that bonds are structured, valued and traded. "Bond Market Securities" contains a wide range of methodologies that will help the reader to gain a good understanding of fixed income securities and some of their associated derivatives. "Bond Market Securities" investigates the fundamentals of fixed income analysis, reviewing the latest research and presenting it in an accessible way that is suitable for practitioners and graduate students alike. The research is summarized in a way that allows readers to apply results to their individual requirements. Important subjects are covered in a straightforward style, using only essen...
This version of the successful Prentice Hall Reference Guide by Muriel Harris includes a new section and revised content by Deborah Davis and Elizabeth G. Donnellan, developed with the following goals: To address the needs of students in career and proprietary schools and community colleges studying such disciplines as allied health, CAD, Automotive technology, electronics, criminal justice, business, and information technology - to add extensive material about discipline-specific professional writing - to present specific writing formats, such as resumes, applications, proposals, and medical charts, to be used by students entering particular careers - to respond to instructors' requests for an easy-to-use writing reference tailored to the specific needs of their students -- Introduction.
& JDO's transparent persistence will accelerate software development & & Includes practical examples and best practices as well as a full case study & & Written by experienced members of the JDO Expert Group & & The CD-ROM includes community and evaluation editions of JDO software from a number of vendors
KEY BENEFIT: CKR is an evolving learning package that makes teaching easier and captures IB as practiced today. The text addresses emerging markets, the growing participation of small and medium-sized firms in international business, and examples of both international and national businesses so students can see IB from all perspectives. CKR also offers an online resource called the Educator's Consortium that supports and connects students and instructors worldwide. This text is for business students and professionals interested in learning about the impact of international business and emerging markets.
"Prentice Hall's Complete Desk Reference for Office Professionals is your one-volume answer source for virtually any question or problem you could face in the course of a business day." "Containing more than 1,200 definitive entries, this essential desk reference provides all-new, up-to-the-minute coverage of such topics as: business etiquette, time management, filing systems, database management, the Internet, videoconferencing, bookkeeping, budgeting, business credit and financing, collecting on delinquent accounts, business law, insurance, purchasing, and fund transfers." "Each chapter is organized alphabetically and each entry is thoroughly cross-referenced for ease of use."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
This book explains the .NET Framework from the perspective of a COM/COM+ programmer. It compares COM/COM+ and .NET. It also shows readers how to use their existing COM/COM+ components from .NET and how to call .NET components from their Win32/COM applications.