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Most Recent List of Books -120918
Created on Monday, 17 September 2018 08:39
MOST RECENT LIST OF BOOKS Please visit our Library for a most recent list of books for Male and books for Female. These books will keep you knowledgeable about the Handbook on Injectable Drugs,  Basic & Applied Pharmacokinetics Self Assessment, Patient Communication Pharmacy and many more.  These books are composed of different lessons that help you to learn and well-informed. 

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Library Information Management System
Created on Tuesday, 13 January 2015 13:27
This is to inform everyone that Catalog Menu is created  at the top menu. This link will connect you to the Library Information Management System (LIMS).

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Off-Campus Access to the Digital Library Link
Created on Tuesday, 09 December 2014 07:01
We are pleased to announce the availability of Off-Campus access to the Digital Library Services of the NGHA & KSAU-HS to all active KSAU-HS students, faculty and staff. This is in ability to access the resources from w/in the University Campus. You can follow the following links below: > Digital Library Menu > Links > Acknowledge (NGHA & KSAU-HS) to connect from within or outside the campus. We also updated the link in our College Website.

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ACS Publications
Created on Sunday, 13 April 2014 11:21
ACS Publications will now be accessible with in the KSAU-HS & NGHA Hospital to all faculty, healthcare professionals, staff, researchers and students.  No login or authentication is required to access the database. All you need is just to type or click the following URL:  http://pubs.acs.org/ Subscriber access provided by NGHA, KSAU-HS College of Pharmacy

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New Arrivals -MALE

New Arrivals - FEMALE

Handbook on Injectable Drugs -120918

Handbook on Injectable Drugs provide one single, standardized source of primary research on the stability, compatibility, and incompatibilities of injectable drugs. Even in this age of, where pharmacists and nurses may look to online resources for injectable drug information, there is still something about the ease of having a complete reference at one's fingertips with the full text, which of course is fully referenced.

The audience is primarily pharmacists who are often called upon to provide stability and incompatibility information regarding the use of parenteral drugs. This can be useful for pharmacists who work in hospitals, home infusion companies, IV compounding facilities, or any facility that prepares and dispenses injectable drugs. The authors are primarily pharmacists and clinicians specializing in this area.

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