The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2010
by David Gilbert
Edition: 40th. Edition, 2010
The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy continues to be one of the most frequently used and widely relied upon references in medicine. With ever-increasing challenges posed by new and re-emerging infectious diseases, this concise, well-annotated pocket reference remains a staple in lab coat pockets throughout the world.
New material found in this edition includes updated recommendations for management of community-associated MRSA, treatment options for highly resistant bacteria, and current regimens for antiretroviral therapy.
All of the tables have been updated to reflect newly approved drugs, new indications for existing drugs and updated dosage, side effects and pharmacologic data.
- Initial Choice of Therapy (Antibacterial)
- Recommended Antibacterial Agents
- Duration of Therapy
- Spectra of Activity
- Highly Resistant Bacteria
- Management of Community-Associated MRSA
- Antibacterial Drugs, Dosages, Side Effects
- Antifungal Therapy
- Antimycobacterial Therapy
- Antiparasitic Therapy
- Antiviral Therapy
- Antiretroviral Therapy (HIV/AIDS)
- Antimicrobial Prophylaxis
- Pediatric Dosages
- Renal, Hepatic Impairment
- Directory of Resources
- Drug-Drug Interactions
- Generic & Trade Names