Principles of pharmacology : the pathophysiologic basis of drug therapy / edited by- Golan, David E .....[et al.]

Contributor(s): edited by- Golan, David E .....[et al.]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2005Description: xxi, 856 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cmISBN: 0781746787; 9780781746786Subject(s): Pharmacology | Physiology, Pathological | Chemical Actions | Drug Therapy | PharmacologyDDC classification: 615.1 LOC classification: RM301 | .P65 2005Online resources: WorldCat details Summary: Organizes material by physiological or biochemical system rather than by drug class for mastery that surpasses what can be achieved by rote memorization. Each section begins with a clinical scenario illustrating a system; is followed by a discussion of the biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology of the system; and concludes with drugs and drug classes that affect the system by interacting with molecular and cellular targets. The book's scope includes fundamental principles; principles of autonomic and peripheral nervous, central nervous, cardiovascular, and endocrine system pharmacology; principles of chemotherapy, inflammation and immune pharmacology, and toxicology; contemporary approaches to drug discovery, development, and delivery; and fundamentals of drug evaluation and therapeutic decision-making. Each chapter includes quick-review summary tables of drugs by class, side effects, interactions, and contraindications
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Includes index.

Organizes material by physiological or biochemical system rather than by drug class for mastery that surpasses what can be achieved by rote memorization. Each section begins with a clinical scenario illustrating a system; is followed by a discussion of the biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology of the system; and concludes with drugs and drug classes that affect the system by interacting with molecular and cellular targets. The book's scope includes fundamental principles; principles of autonomic and peripheral nervous, central nervous, cardiovascular, and endocrine system pharmacology; principles of chemotherapy, inflammation and immune pharmacology, and toxicology; contemporary approaches to drug discovery, development, and delivery; and fundamentals of drug evaluation and therapeutic decision-making. Each chapter includes quick-review summary tables of drugs by class, side effects, interactions, and contraindications

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