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Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference

40th Edition


Edited by Robert Buckingham

The world’s most comprehensive reference source about drugs and medicines

The new edition of Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference, provides you with practical, evidence-based, global guidance, allowing you to quickly understand the characteristics of drugs and their clinical uses.

Over 120 new monographs include:

New antibacterials, such as delafloxacin, eravacycline, omadacycline, ozenoxacin, and plazomicin

Further antivirals, including drugs active against HIV (bictegravir, dapivirine, doravirine, ibalizumab), smallpox (tecovirimat), cytomegalovirus (letermovir), influenza (baloxavir marboxil), and hepatitis C (glecaprevir, pibrentasvir, voxilaprevir)

New treatment options for migraine (erenumab, fremanezumab, galcanezumab), narcolepsy (solriamfetol), hyperkalaemia (sodium zirconium cyclosilicate), postpartum depression (brexanolone), eosinophilic asthma (benralizumab), hypoactive sexual desire disorder (bremelanotide), glaucoma (netarsudil), African trypanosomiasis (fexinidazole), and irritable bowel syndrome (tenapanor)

New antidiabetic drugs, including ertugliflozin, evogliptin, semaglutide, and sotagliflozin

Further antineoplastics for treating cancers including PARP inhibitors (niraparib, rucaparib, talazoparib), PI3K inhibitors (alpelisib, copanlisib, duvelisib), and CAR-T therapies (axicabtagene ciloleucel, tisagenlecleucel)

Novel targeted treatments for retinal dystrophy (voretigene neparvovec), neurotrophic keratitis (cenegermin), paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria (ravulizumab), hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis (inotersen, patisiran), spinal muscular atrophy (nusinersen), and hereditary angioedema (lanadelumab)

Updated coverage of proprietary preparations in 43 countries including Australia, China, UK, and USA

Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference is a one-stop authoritative, invaluable reference work covering all aspects of drugs and medicines, essential on any bookshelf. It provides you with:

Over 6,400 drug monographs summarising the nomenclature, properties, and actions of each substance – all in one book, giving you quick and easy access
Over 125,000 preparations from 43 countries and regions
Nearly 700 treatment reviews, with references from the published literature
5,600 + pharmaceutical terms and routes of administration in 13 major European languages
Over 60,000 reference citations and over 25,000 international manufacturers and distributors
Herbals, diagnostic agents, radiopharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical excipients, toxins, poisons
Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference

£585.00


RPS MEMBER PRICE £438.75

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  • ISBN 9780857113672
  • Published May 2020
  • Hardback, 2 volumes
    276 x 219 mm (4912pp)

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