by Sophie Pilon
Médecins Sans Frontières, 2016 edition

359 pp. 4.0 MB

Designed to give practical, concise information to physicians, pharmacists and nurses, this book is an important contribution from Médecins Sans Frontières to improve the rational use of drugs, which will be a continuing challenge in the coming years. Drugs marked with a grey diagonal line are either potentially dangerous and forbidden in certain countries, or obsolete or ineffective. These drugs are still widely used, attention is therefore drawn to the risk of their prescription.

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