Pharmacology for the Primary Care Provider (Edmunds, Pharmacology for the Primary Care Provider) 4th Edition
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Yes, this is the first time I have starred/written a poor review. Have never given less than 3 stars. I can usually find something positive. I hope this review saved others the disappointment of purchasing for supplemental use. And for those of you who are required to buy this for pharm, my deepest sympathy. Rent instead and purchase anything else to supplement for pharm ( promise it will be more useful than this).
Update after being required to use this for 3 months:
I dislike it more than I initially thought. Tried to use it to reference a med for a pediatric case study. Not only could I not find what I was looking for quickly, I could not find it at all. I cannot believe this is the 4th edition.... what mistakes did the first 3 contain? As I was reading, I found that I was marking out sentences that I had just read on a previous page, paragraph, or 3 lines above. Sadly, this has become the norm for almost every chapter. There is some useful information, but discovering these rare gems is a daunting task. Imagine a 6 month old trying to purposely put their finger on Waldo....Near impossible. The difference between that scenario and me hunting for the first line drug for a 3 year child with AOM who has an allergy to PCN is that at least Finding Waldo has color and can easily be used for its purpose. Edmunds' pharmacology is just a brick in my backpack that I pull out from time to time hoping the next chapter will be of use.