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A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology, 4Ed By H.G. Rogers

A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology, 4Ed
by H.G. Rogers

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Clinical pharmacology remains at the heart of surgical and medical practice. This book describes the therapeutic use of catalogue of medical drugs available for prescription by a physician/nurse practitioner. It covers various areas of drug prescribing.
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A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology, 4Ed by H.G. Rogers

Clinical pharmacology remains at the heart of surgical and medical practice, and this comprehensive textbook introduces the major topics. It describes in detail the therapeutic use of the ever increasing catalogue of medical drugs available for prescription by a physician/nurse practitioner. All areas of drug prescribing are covered and have been updated since the previous edition, especially the rapidly changing fields of HIV treatment and biotechnology drugs.

'The Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology', 4th edition adopts a systems-based approach and covers the core syllabus for medical undergraduates. In this edition, new chapters on drugs and the eye, and molecular therapeutics have been included. Key points have been highlighted for revision and challenging clinical pharmacology cases will help the reader to assess their learning. The improvements to this edition of a 'Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology' ensures that the book remains the core text for undergraduates.

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A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology, 4Ed Reviews

GPs will find this a mine of practical information which could bring them up to date in a very important area of their day to day work. This offers good coverage of an important field and its presence within a practice or personal library will be greatly appreciated by all users.
Dr Harry Brown, Medix Website.

Table of Contents

Part 1 General Principles
Introduction to therapeutics
Mechanisms of drug action (pharmaco-dynamics)
Drug absorption and routes of administration
Drug metabolism
Renal excretion of drugs
Effects of disease on drug disposition
Therapeutic drug monitoring
Drugs in pregnancy
Drugs in infants and children
Drugs in the elderly
Adverse drug reactions
Drug interactions
Introduction of new drugs and clinical trials
Biotechnology and gene therapy
Part 2 The Nervous System
Hypnotics and anxiolytics
Schizophrenia and behavioural emergencies
Mood disorders
Movement disorders and degenerative CNS disease
Anaesthetics and muscle relaxants
Analgesics and the control of pain
Part 3 The Musculoskeletal System
Anti-inflammatory drugs and the treatment of arthritis
Part 4 The Cardiovascular System
Prevention of Atheroma: lowering plasma cholesterol and other approaches
Ischaemic heart disease
Anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs
Heart failure
Cardiac arrhythmias
Part 5 The Respiratory System
Therapy of asthma, COAD and other respiratory disorders
Part 6 The Alimentary System
Alimentary system and liver
Vitamins and other nutrients
Part 7 Fluids and Electrolytes
Drugs and the renal and genitourinary systems: fluid and electrolyte disorders
Part 8 The Endocrine System
Diabetes mellitus
Calcium metabolism
Adrenal hormones
Reproductive endocrinology
Part 9 Selective Toxicity
Antibacterial drugs
Mycobacterial infections
Fungal and viral infections
Malaria and other parasitic infections
Cancer chemotherapy
Part 10 Haematology
Anaemia and other haematological disorders
Part 11 Immunopharmacology
Clinical immunopharmacology
Part 12 The Skin
Drugs and the skin
Part 13 The Eye
Drugs and the eye
Part 14 Clinical Toxicology
Drug and alcohol abuse
Drug overdose and poisoning

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A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology, 4Ed by H.G. Rogers
H.G. Rogers
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