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Boothe’s Small Animal Formulary, Seventh Edition

by Dawn Merton Boothe, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP

Your definitive resource for small animal drugs. Expanded and completely updated, the newest edition features a new appendix on clinically relevant drug interactions as well as other new appendices on ophthalmic preparations and scheduled drug classifications.

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$32.95 Nonmember

Product Code:
BTSM7
Pages:
396
ISBN:
978-1-58326-206-1
Publication Year:
2015
Format:
Book
Dimensions:
7.5 x 5
Publisher:
AAHA Press


Convenient. Complete. Trusted.

The ultimate resource on small animal drugs, right in your pocket. The seventh edition of Boothe’s Small Animal Formulary includes information on more than 950 small animal drugs—all within a convenient, pocket-sized resource.

Featuring more than 50 additional drugs, this updated version includes a new appendix on clinically relevant drug interactions, as well as other new appendices on ophthalmic preparations and scheduled drug classifications. And, the user-friendly design makes it easier than ever to find the information you need fast.

New to the Seventh Edition:

  • Five new appendixes with data on significant drug interactions, ophthalmic preparations, and scheduled drug classifications
  • More than 50 new drugs added
Preface to the Seventh Edition
Abbreviations Used in the Formulary
 
Formulary
 
Appendix A: Classification of Drugs (Generic Name) by Action or Therapeutic Use
Appendix B: Alphabetical Listing of Drugs by Generic and Proprietary Name and Source
Appendix C: Units of Measure, Common Conversions, and Latin Terms 
Appendix D: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Data for Drugs Monitored in Small Animals 
Appendix E: Constant IV Infusion Rates 
Appendix F: Ophthalmic Preparations
Appendix G: Scheduled Drugs
Appendix H: Drug Interactions Involving Cytochrome P450 Proteins
Appendix I: Examples of Drugs That Compete for Protein Binding Sites
Appendix J: Drugs that Inhibit, Induce, or Serve as Substrates for the ABCB1 (P-glycoprotein) Efflux Transport Protein