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PDR

Abbrev. for photodissociation region.

PDR

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The publishers of the redoubtable Physician's Desk Reference, ubiquitous in doctor's offices and pharmacies, have brought their considerable talents to bear in the nonmedical community in this reference on Internet resources related to bioterrorism.
The Jacobs & DeMott Laboratory Test Handbook is to clinical laboratory testing what the Physician's Desk Reference is to pharmacology.
The manufacturer's recommendation, including through its appearance in the Physician's Desk Reference, is the de facto standard for doctors.
Physician's desk reference for nonprescription drugs and dietary supplements.
Thomson chairman Richard Harrington said that Medstat's "operations do not provide the synergies with our other healthcare information and services businesses," including Physician's Desk Reference, Medical Economics and Micromedex, "that our operating plan calls for.
Local public university libraries have journals on rheumatic diseases and pharmaceutical (drug) therapies, as well as reference books such as the Physician's Desk Reference, an annually updated guide that describes the use, effects, dosages, and administration of FDA-approved drugs, as well as warnings, side effects, and precautions.
This objective guide, published by the editors of the respected Physician's Desk Reference, offers a serious evaluation of hundreds of herbal remedies and therapies, including evaluations of which work and which remain unproven.
Other information sources include a recently published compendium to the Physician's Desk Reference on herbal medicine, which includes information about possible adverse reactions and extensive bibliographies.
This Physician's Desk Reference lists hundreds of common herbs and botanicals with name and description, pharmacology, and clinical effects, indications contraindications, dosages, precautions, and side effects.
In today's world, when the current Physician's Desk Reference has more than 3000 pages and most comprehensive textbooks on primary care are going to 2 volumes, I want an experienced, extensively educated physician handling each visit.
LEISURE ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS OF MEDICAL DOCTORS Bicycling 27% Boating/sailing 23% Cooking 26% Fishing 20% Gardening 27% Golf 23% Home computing 50% Running/jogging 21% Skiing 27% Travel 53% Source: 253,000 respondents from the Physician's Desk Reference Survey conducted by MEDEC Business Direct (800) 737-5282.
Also from the most frequently used reference book by physicians in America, the Physician's Desk Reference, and from many highly-placed members of the medical profession.

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