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The interactive version of the 2015 Tarascon Catalog is now available.
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The Tarascon Pharmacopoeia 2015 Editions continue the tradition as the leading pocket drug reference packed with vital drug information to help clinicians make better decisions at the point of care.
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According to an article published in the Journal of Medical Toxicology, the Tarascon Pharmacopoeia mobile application is one of only two electronic prescribing apps to meet the highest level of safety for accurate prescribing information.
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We're pleased to announce that our Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia 2014 Disease Edition authored by Mark A. Davis, MD, MS earned 5 stars and a perfect score of 100 from Doody's Review Service. Reviewer Vincent F Carr, DO, MSA, FACC, FACP from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences writes that this book "is about the most user-friendly of all of the references on the market for looking up medication information."
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Great news-- HIV Essentials 2014, Seventh Edition by Paul E. Sax, MD, Calvin J. Cohen, MD, MS, and Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD, recently attained 5 stars and a perfect score of 100 from Doody's Review Service. According to reviewer, Sara Hurtado Bares, MD, from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, it "is a concise handbook written by world-renowned experts in the field of HIV."
We are pleased to announce that the Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia 2014 Disease Edition, the newest pocketbook in our acclaimed series of of Pharmacopoeia drug guides, has just published!
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Jones & Bartlett is pleased to announce the launch of the Jones & Bartlett Learning Author’s Corner, a resource for prospective and new authors. The site contains the most up-to-date, general information on art development, manuscript submission, the publishing process, and editorial contacts. It also houses pertinent documents including: author information forms, marketing questionnaires, and proposal guidelines.
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After months of deliberation, a controversial study from the Netherlands examining how the H5N1 virus - also known as avian influenza or bird flu, could be genetically altered and transmitted by mammals as an airborne pathogen was published last week. The paper was completed in 2011, but because of widespread concerns that bioterrorists could use this information to engineer a weapon, the findings were not published until now.
Avian flu affects several types of birds, including farmed poultry (chickens, geese, turkeys and ducks). Bird flu can also be transmitted from livestock to wild birds and also to pet birds, and vice-versa. The virus spreads through infected birds, via their saliva, nasal secretions, feces, and feed.
The first avian influenza virus to infect humans occurred in Hong Kong in 1997 and was linked to infected chickens.
Human cases of H5N1 have since been reported in Asia, Africa, Europe, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Pacific, and the near East. Since 2003, nearly 60% of the 606 cases of human infection of H5N1 reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) worldwide, have resulted in death.
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