Seeking to separate scientific from anecdotal evidence, the new PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition provides healthcare professionals with an updated reference so they can better advise patients who ask about specific herbal remedies. Based on information culled from the PhytoPharm U.S. Institute of Phytopharmaceuticals and Thomson Micromedex s comprehensive alternative medicine database, the Physicians Desk Reference, PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition will provide over 700 botanical monographs and a wealth of indices for scientific and common names, indications and therapeutic categories. PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition provides the latest scientific data in the most comprehensive herbal reference compiled, including Commission E indications, the closest thing to an approved usage guide in the world of herbal medicines. Key monographs have been updated to include recent scientific findings on efficacy, safety and potential interactions; clinical trials (including abstracts); case reports; and meta-analysis results. There are also updated sections on enhanced patient management techniques and nutritional supplements. As the complicated world of herbal and complementary medicine evolves, there is only one complete and trusted clinical and diagnostic manual for learning how to prescribe herbal medicines that medical practitioners can turn to, the PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition.

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PublisherThomson Press
BindingHard Back
Publish YearJanuary 2012