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Red Book

Paediatrics-UK
A book given to all UK parents to record details of their child’s health, which contains graphs to plot weight and height as well as pages for the doctor or health visitor to fill in during the health surveillance checks.

Paediatrics-US
A publication (Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases) of the American Academy of Pediatrics that contains recommendations and immunisation schedules for all licensed vaccines, as well as information on the manifestations, aetiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of 200 paediatric infectious diseases, including HBV, Haemophilus, measles, tuberculosis, AIDS, sexually transmitted infections and day-care infection control.
 
Pharmaceutical industry-US
Drug Topics Red Book. A reference text used by pharmacies, which provides the average wholesale price of drugs and other therapeutic agents.

Red Book

Infectious disease A publication of the Am Acad Pediatrics that contains recommendations and immunization schedules for all licensed vaccines, information on HBV control, hemophilus and measles, TB treatment, AIDS guidelines, recommendations, information on STD and infection control in day-care settings and hopitals. See Childhood immunizations Pharmaceutical industry Drug Topics Red Book A reference text used by pharmacies which provides the average wholesale price of drugs and other therapeutic agents.
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The new automated updating of contact information will allow a DCA or Red Books entry to be as current as the contact information provided on the relevant firm's Web site.
The RED BOOK is head and shoulders above its nearest competitors in the size and scope of these charts.
The Directory of Manufacturers, page 445, features mailing addresses, phone and fax numbers, and 1,357 web addresses for the more than 2,300 manufacturers and distributors of woodworking machinery, supplies and services compiled in this year's RED BOOK.
With the addition of essential corporate information from such a highly regarded and trusted industry resource as Red Books, advertisers and agencies can now rely on WhatRunsWhere to develop a more detailed picture of their competitors' online advertising activities and strategies," said Mike Cojanu, chief executive officer of WhatRunsWhere.
For over 100 years, the advertising and media industry has continually relied on Red Books for up-to-date data and insights surrounding all players in the agency and advertiser industry," said Sameer Jagetia, President of Advertising Red Books.
The information it has asked for includes his old red book, which he has not seen since sending it to his local taxation department in 1976 to receive his new licence, and a copy of his driving test pass certificate, which he sent off to obtain his red book.
The agency told the Echo that drivers renewing their red book licences through their local tax office had their licences receipted and returned.
Earlier this year, Reed announced the online availability of The Advertising Red Books database through the LEXIS-NEXIS service.
Following the success of the DOS-based CD-ROM, Advertiser & Agency Red Books PLUS, and our new LEXIS-NEXIS online availability, we felt it was time to provide agencies with a Macintosh version of our CD-ROM, so they can quickly find information using the computer format they are most familiar with," said Stanley Walker, Red Books publisher, and senior vice president of marketing.
The new Advertising Red Books Global Brand Guide includes more than 135,000 personnel contacts at many levels across various departments, from advertising and branding professionals to public relations and sales executives.
The new Advertising Red Books Global Brand Guide from LexisNexis provides specialized information on brands and products.
For example, a user of Advertising Red Books might ask, "What are all the agencies that represent Ford?