Pharmaceutical Press launches Critical Illness

Pharmaceutical Press, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s knowledge business has announced the launch of Critical Illness, essential drug information supporting the critical care multi-disciplinary team.

Pharmaceutical Press launches Critical Illness
Karen Baxter: “We are glad to be able to support frontline teams with specific guidance.”

Now available on subscription through MedicinesComplete, Critical Illness supports complex decision-making and dynamic prescribing in critical care.

Authored using a variety of resources including primary literature, the information is based on the clinical practice and expertise of the editors-in-chief, editors and contributors who are highly experienced critical care specialists.

Regularly updated, this essential resource provides dosing guidance and required adjustments, administration advice, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic information as well as other important patient considerations, say the publishers.

Pharmaceutical Press Managing Director, Karen Baxter said: “I am incredibly grateful for the dedication and effort shown by the team at Pharmaceutical Press and our expert editors. They have worked around the clock whilst also continuing their patient-facing roles to ensure the release of this essential content set. We are glad to be able to support frontline teams with specific guidance to help them make confident and effective decisions in this high-risk environment.”

The Editors-in-Chief, Dr Barbara Philips, Greg Barton and Dr Cathrine McKenzie said: “We are delighted that the first edition of Critical Illness is launching on MedicinesComplete. The vision of a dynamic evidenced-based guide to drugs in critical illness has evolved from an idea into an extensive collaboration with colleagues and friends from over the UK and the international critical care community. It has been our pleasure to work alongside colleagues at Pharmaceutical Press and special thank you to the editors and expert contributors, it would not have been possible without you.”

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