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close this bookEssential Drugs -Practical Guidelines (MSF, 1993, 286 p.)
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close this folderPart one:drugs, infusions, vaccines
View the documentOral drugs
View the documentInjectable drugs
View the documentInfusion solutions and Electrolytes
View the documentVaccines and sera
View the documentDrugs for external use and Disinfectants
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View the documentOrganization and management of a pharmacy
View the documentPreservation and quality of the drugs
View the documentPrescription, cost, compliance
View the documentUse of antibiotics in precarious situations
View the documentAntiseptics and disinfectants
View the documentThe New Emergency HeaIth Kit (WHO)
View the documentBibliography
View the documentPharmaco-therapeutical index WHO essential drug list (7th list, 1992)
View the documentAlphabetical index (with indicative prices)

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- intended for doctors, nurses, medical auxiliaries and pharmacists
- use and management of drugs and medical supplies, in dispensaries, health centres and refugee camps

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