APhA Releases New Edition of Popular Reference Material: Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist

Published Online: Thursday, March 21, 2013
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Pocket-sized text is a collection of more than 30 core reference materials.
WASHINGTON, DC – The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) recently published the 3rd edition of Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist, a reference widely used by both pharmacy practitioners and student pharmacists.   

Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist is a collection of more than 30 core reference materials printed on lab coat pocket–sized, laminated cards. Hole-punched with a metal ring to hold the collection together, the reference cards provide succinct clinical information that student pharmacists and practicing pharmacists frequently look up: creatinine clearance; guidelines on hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, asthma and COPD; serum concentrations; aminoglycoside therapy; insulin analogues; immunization schedules; and warfarin interactions. 

Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist, 3rd edition (ISBN 978-1-58212-178-9; 35 laminated cards hole-punched with metal ring; $15.95 [$12.95 for APhA members]) is color tabbed to speed lookup of similar information. The reference may be ordered online, www.pharmacist.com/shop, or by phone, 800-878-0729. The product is also available through APhA’s digital subscription product, PharmacyLibrary, www.pharmacylibrary.com.

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