This pocket sized quick reference provides essential information on the most commonly prescribed drugs, looking at the implications for use on both mother and child Intended as a supplementary text to The British National Formulary and other pharmacology textbooks, The Midwife sFormulary provides at a glance information on mode of action, side effects, contraindications and interactions of all main drug types Emergency situations are also covered, and a glossary of terms and abbreviations plus guidelines for further reading makes this an essential companion for all midwives whether in a hospital environment or in the community

9 thoughts on “The Midwife's Pocket Formulary, 3e

  1. Steve Steve says:

    Purchased for my wife as a vital part of her Training to become a Midwife.used to understand medications used in the field of midwifery requested part of the NHS University course.Handy pocket size and fits perfectly in her scrub uniform and can be used as a quick guide reference.easy to use and read.A vital piece of kit for a student midwife or someone refreshing the training.

  2. karen J karen J says:

    perfect for all student midwives and qualified When it arrived it was so small I thought I was going to be disappointed, not so Used it to complete my drugs log for my portfolio, gives information on each drugs safety in pregnancy and safety in breast feeding Light weight so you can keep it in your pocket at work placement.

  3. Jay Jay says:

    Cannot recommend this book enough, it is incredibly helpful for clinical settings and academic settings It is well written and clear.

  4. The Woof The Woof says:

    this is my best friend at placement

  5. Jessman Jessman says:

    Shame the print isn t a little larger it s a very good book

  6. syorkslass syorkslass says:

    All the midwives main drugs are in here and Explains them thoroughly with the dosages etc Neatly categorized into chapters for anti emetics, hypertension etc A must have

  7. rebecca price rebecca price says:

    really useful for my studies

  8. Customer Customer says:

    Really useful for students.

  9. Customer Customer says:

    Majority of medications used today are not in the book super disappointing when I go to look something up quicky and its not there for example, nothing on oxycodone, endone and targin which are used daily on the ward several oxytocics missing, and none of the current antacids other than ranitidine its also a shame that it doesnt state administration in terms of compatible fluids, slow push etc I have to hunt down the IV drug book on the ward anyway.