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PDR

Abbrev. for photodissociation region.

PDR

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The Physicians' Desk Reference suite of services is available in the US in printed and eBook form, in workflow via eRx, EMR, and EHR providers, through PDR.
PHYSICIANS' DESK REFERENCE FOR HERBAL MEDICINES First Edition Published by Medical Economics.
For detailed information about the use of vaccines, health-care providers should consult the vaccine-specific recommendations of the ACIP, the 1994 Red Book (2), the manufacturers' package inserts, or the Physicians' Desk Reference (3).
1990) found that respondents used the commercial drug handbook Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR) more often than daily and colleagues more frequently than weekly to obtain information on clinical questions.
In its entry for Ortho-Novum 1/50 in the 1971 Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR), for example, Ortho U.
Being able to have information from Physicians' Desk Reference in 16 point type allows the visually impaired to read and reread information about the drug, on their own, without asking someone to read it for them.
Surprisingly, the answer to both questions is the same -- the Physicians' Desk Reference, or the "PDR," as it's known to most medical people.
Rice held senior level positions most recently with Thomson Reuters Healthcare where he was the EVP, General Manager for Physicians' Desk Reference.
At present, the Physicians' Desk Reference merely states that ziprasidone capsules should be taken "with food.
Dosages of both [beta]-blockers were titrated to the maximum recommended in the Physicians' Desk Reference.
Warfarin is listed in the Physicians' Desk Reference as contraindicated in pregnancy.
According to the Physicians' Desk Reference for Herbal Medicines, feverfew may interfere with blood thinners.

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