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Pharmacology Made Easy For Nclex Pn (review And Study Guide)

MSN MED RN Linda Waide

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Item Description: Paper Back. Book Condition: New. (Size: 28x22cms.), Continents, Acknowledgments, Preface, Introduction, The Purpose of Drugs, Drugs Names, Routes of Drug Absorption, 1 Anti-Infective Agents, 2 Antineoplastic Agents, 3 Cardiovascular Agents, 4 Fluid and Electrolytic Agents, 5 Gastrointestinal Tract Agents, 6 Hematologic Agents, 7 Hormonal Agents, 8 Immunomodulation Agents, 9 Autonomic Nervous System Agents, 10 Central Nervous System Agents, 11 Nutritional Agents, 12 Ophthalmic, Otic, and Nasal Agents, 13 Respiratory Trace Agents, 14 Topical Agents, 15 Miscellaneous Medications, common Abbreviations, Drug Names and Pronunciations, Trade Names, and Classification (s), FDA Pregnancy Risk Categories, Table of Measurement Equivalents. 8122417345 x+264 Yr. of Pub.2006 International Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 85433

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AN INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS . SECOND EDITION (OXFORD MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS.)

JAMES ANDREW GUNN

Published by Unknown (1931)

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Item Description: Unknown, 1931. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used; Good. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Published by N/A in 1931. . Bookseller Inventory # BBI1733380

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Movement Disorders: A Clinical and Therapeutic Approach

Shyamal K Das (Author), N N Sarangi (Frwd)

Published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. (2009)

ISBN 10: 8184485263 ISBN 13: 9788184485264

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Item Description: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2009. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. 18 x 24 cm. Section 1 Basic Chapters 1. Movement Disorders as a Subspecialty of Neurology and an Introduction 3 to the Physiology of Movement2. Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry of Basal Ganglia 3. An Approach to Movement Disorders 4. Epidemiology of Movement Disorders 5. Immunology and Movement Disorders 6. Genetics:1. Genetics in Medicine 2. Genetics of Movement Disorders 7. Eye Movement in Normal State and Movement Disorders 8. Gait Disorders 9. Neuroimaging in Movement Disorders 10. Sleep and Movement Disorders Section 2 Parkinsonian Disorders 11. Idiopathic Parkinsons Disease 12. Parkinsonism Plus Syndromes or Atypical Parkinsonian Disorders 13. Aetiopathogenesis of Parkinsons Disease 14. Dementia in Parkinsons Disease 15. Management of Motor Complications in Advanced Parkinsons Disease 16. Alternative Therapies of Parkinsons Disease 17. Surgery for Parkinsons Disease 18. Depression and Sleep-related problems in Parkinsons Disease 19. Autonomic Dysfunction in Parkinsons Disease Section 3 Dystonic Disorders 20. DystoniaA Clinical Approach 21. Wilsons Disease 22. Dopa Responsive Dystonia 23. Occupational Dystonias 24. Paroxysmal Dyskinesias 25. Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome [Pantothenate Kinase Associated Neuro-Degeneration (PKAN)] Section 4 Movement Disorders in Pediatric Practice 26. Approach to Pediatric Movement Disorders 27. Tics Disorders 28. Sydenhams Chorea 29. Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infection Section 5 Movement Disorders in Psychiatry Practice 30. Psychogenic Movement Disorders 31. Movement Disorders in Drug-Naive Psychiatric Patients 32. Drug Induced Dyskinesia Section 6 Non-dystonic and Non-parkinsonian Movement Disorders 33. Tremor: Clinical Types, Approach and Outline of Management 34. Myoclonus 35. Huntingtons Disease 36. Hemiballism 37. Stereotypy and Stereotypic Movement Disorders 38. Muscle Cramp and Other Causes of Muscle Stiffness 39. An Approach to a Case of Cerebellar Ataxia Section 7 Electrophysiology of Movement Disorders 40. Electrophysiology in Movement Disorder Section 8 Therapeutics in Movement Disorders 41. Botulinum Toxin: Pharmacology, Indication, Adverse Effects and Mode of Administration 42. Pharmacological Approach to Treatment of Movement Disorders Section 9 Miscellaneous 43. Quality of Life in Parkinsons Disease 44. Post Stroke Movement Disorders 45. Movement Disorders in Neurosurgical Practice 46. Some Notable Names in the Study of Movement Disorders. Printed Pages: 568. Bookseller Inventory # 24340

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The Determination of Organic Compounds with N-Bromosuccinimide and Allied Reagents

Mathur, N. K.; Narang, C. K.

Published by Academic Press, New York (1975)

ISBN 10: 0124797504 ISBN 13: 9780124797505

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Item Description: Academic Press, New York, 1975. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+ Ex Library Cond. Book. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 166 pgs. Chapters cover: introduction and historical; preparation and properties of N-haloamides and imides; types and mechanisms of reactions undergone by n-bromosuccinimide and allied reagents; oxidation of hydroxyl compounds by n-bromosuccinimide and allied reagents; determination of phenols, aromatic amines and suphonomides; determination of olefinic unsaturation; determination of hydrazine and derivatives; determination of certain amino acids and their sequence in peptides and proteins using n-bromosuccinimide; determination of sulphur compounds; proof of structure of organic molecules; differentiation of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols and amines, and certain aromatic positional isomers; determination of miscellaneous compounds; references; author index; subject index. Green boards show some light wear to corners. Usual library markings. Clean and tightly bound. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book. Bookseller Inventory # B025326

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Introduction to Pharmacology

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Item Description: Certified Medical Representatives Institute, Roanoke, VA, 1991. Spiral Binding. Book Condition: Very Good. 165pp; This is a course book for "Introduction to Pharmacology". It includes lots of valuable information, as well as progress checks along the way; It shows a little shelfwear (curling and wrinkling), but the pages are tight and clean, with no markings; Please note that this was published in 1991, and may not be a current book, yet would be very beneficial to those wanting to brush up or learn the basics of Pharmacology without enrolling in the full course; Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 pounds. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 102947. Bookseller Inventory # 102947

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Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society for the Year . (Volume 31)

Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society

ISBN 10: 123573501X ISBN 13: 9781235735011

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915. Excerpt: . . . OF THE Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society VOLUME XXXI DECEMBER, 1915 No. 3 THE VASCULAR RESPONSE OF THE KIDNEY IN IN ACUTE URANIUM NEPHRITIS--THE IN-FLUENCE OF THE VASCULAR RESPONSE ON DIURESIS1 W. m. Deb. Macnider From the Laboratory of Pharmacology of the University of N. C. Received for publication, May 30, 1914 Synopsis 121 Introduction and review of previous experiments 121 Discussion of the technique employed in the experiment 123 The vascular response of the kidney in acute uranium nephritis. . . 126 The pathology of the kidney in animals nephritic from uranium, which following an anesthetic either remain diuretic or become anuric 136 Discussion 142 Conclusions 144 INTRODICTION AND REVIEW OF PREVIOUS EXPERIMENTS The following investigation, which has primarily as its object a study of the vascular response of the kidney in acute uranium nephritis, serves as the concluding number of two other papers which have appeared in this journal (1 and 2). The previous articles have been concerned with the effect of different diuretics in acute uranium nephritis and with the part played by the anesthetic employed in the experiments in determining the efficiency of the nephritic kidney. In the experiments which have been referred to, there was constantly associated with the development of an anuria, or with a condition approaching anuria, histological evidence of severe tubular injury. There was not, however, any constant or marked histological evidence of vascular injury. 1 Reprinted from The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Vol. VI, No. 1, September, 1014. Presented in abstract before the Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Philadelphia, December 29. 191. 3. Aided by a grrant from the fund for Scientific Research of the A. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781235735011

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MYASTHENIA GRAVIS

LISAK, ROBERT P. AND ROBERT L. BARCHI

Published by Saunders, Philadelphia (1982)

ISBN 10: 0721657869 ISBN 13: 9780721657868

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Item Description: Saunders, Philadelphia, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: NEAR FINE / NONE. First Printing. Vol. 11 in the series "Major Problems in Neurology" edited by John N. Walton. Chapters: Introduction and Historical Overview; Clinical Considerations; Genetics; Physiology, Pharmacology, and Biochemistry of Neuromuscular Transmission; Pathology; Immunology; Diagnostic Testing; Treatment and Management. 244 pp. Privately owned. Tight, bright, and clean. Bookseller Inventory # 60986

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Acetate, Anabolism, Biological markers, Biomonitoring, Biosynthesis, Calcium-activated potassium channel, Cell metabolism, Chloride channel, Citric acid cycle, Cytochrome, Derivative, Dimer, Effector, Electrochemical gradient, Electrochemical gradients, Enantiomer, Enzymes, Extracellular field potential, Filopodia, Fluorescence resonance energy transfer, Glycolysis, Hydrophobe, Introduction to Neurochemistry, Introduction to Psychopharmacology, Ion channel, Isotopic tracer, Ketone bodies, Mechanotransduction, Membrane potential, Membrane transport protein, Metabolic pathway, N-terminal end, NMDA receptor antagonists, Oxidative phosphorylation, Passive transport, Periodic table, Pharmacology, Phosphorylation, Photopigment, Photostimulation, Post-translational modification, Protein ligands, Protein nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Proteins, Psychopharmacology, Receptor-ligand kinetics, Receptor theory, Regulation of gene expression, Respiratory quotient, Retinal, Substrate, Substrate, Transducin, Transient receptor potential, Transport protein, Visual cycle, Voltage-gated potassium channel. Excerpt: An acetate (Template: IPA-en) is a derivative of acetic acid. This term includes salts and esters, as well as the anion found in solution. In nature, acetate is the most common building block for biosynthesis. For example, the fatty acids are produced by connecting C2 units derived from acetate. Acetate is a common anion in biology. It is mainly utilized by organisms in the form of acetyl coenzyme A. Intraperitoneal injection of sodium acetate (20 or 60 mg per kg body mass) was found to induce headache in sensitized rats, and it has been proposed that acetate resulting from oxidation of ethanol is a major factor in causing hangovers. Increased serum acetate levels lead to accumulation of adenosine in many tissues including the brain, and administration of the adenosine r. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781234732301

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Diet and Nutrition

B N Tiwari

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Item Description: Pearl Books, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction to nutritional ecology. 2. Essentials of basic nutrition. 3. Food intolerance and allergies. 4. Necessary food requirements and nutrients. 5. Being a vegetarian. 6. Diseases and food habits. 7. Food and eating habits. 8. Nutrition physiology. 9. Fatty acids with trans configuration. 10. Nutritional pharmacology. Bibliography. Index. Diet is very essential part of life and healthy and nutritious diet is vital in the cycle of life. Scientists are taking a closer look at the connection between what you eat and your risk of diseases and cognitive decline. This book presents the theoretical foundations of diet and nutrition and applies them to practical issues. Each chapter is summarized and cites references to research literature. 272 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 65789

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date: 1999 Publisher: ancient Chinese medicine. the number of words: 317000 Thousand Revision: 1 Basic information title: by the square of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. Clinical Guide List Price: 18.8 yuan Author: the Wang Fu Press: Ancient Chinese medicine Publication Date :1999-9-1ISBN : 7800138526 Words: 317.000 yards: 438 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: Product ID: Editor's Choice \ t \ t \ t \ t 'Executive Summary typhoid miscellaneous disease rate of the party. precisely because of its compatibility. medication deep The remarkable efficacy. so called side by side. By the party has been able to is repeatedly inter illness. lies Prescription medication can identify the medicinal truth. this greatly smell widowed see and effort. Book Zhongjing Group Prescription basic points. in-depth and detailed analysis of the Chinese medicine expertise. analysis of medicinal not leave the party. party healing based on the square and analysis of medicinal. explore and explains the medicinal properties make Chung The true meaning of King medication can be learned for everyone. \ T \ t 'the Contents Introduction drug the On A folic artemisiae B croton white powder liquor the white-grabbing white before Whitehead fat bald Wengbai Wei whitefish Atractylodes Lily Bo defeat real Kashiwaba. the sauce the Pinellia Fritillaria Biejia C Bupleurum Chishi Zhi Chixiaodou deficit nitrate light blue D Euphorbia barley jujube the rhubarb ruddle Angelica beans yellow the Volume E Ejiao F ettringite windproof Menispermaceae powder honeycomb was the Ling aconite G H J L M P Q R S W X Y Z 'Author \ t \ t \ n' Digest No In Media \ t \ t \ n 'Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # EE012593

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Pharmacology questions [Paperback]

BEN SHE.YI MING

ISBN 10: 7801944194 ISBN 13: 9787801944191

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 518 Language: Simplified Chinese Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House; 1 (January 1. 2005). Book for the pharmacy professional Kaoyan work guidance series one. The book will Pharmacology Zonglun and all kinds of drugs are divided into 45 chapters. each chapter is divided into nouns. five parts of the executive summary. reading. multiple-choice questions and answers. Highlight the special requirements of the pharmacy specialty pharmacology knowledge and skills. focusing on the pharmacological basis for the theory. highlighting the learning focus and difficult. comprehensive system. Suitable for pharmaceutical professionals Kaoyan learning reference books and Pharmacist Examination and Title promotion exam reference book as a teaching counseling. Contents: Chapter 4. Chapter 1 pharmacology Zonglun Chapter 2 drug effect dynamics Chapter 3 drug metabolism kinetics of drug effect factors and Chapter 6 of Chapter 5 of the principles of rational drug efferent system Introduction to Pharmacology choline Chapter 8 of the resurrection drug anti-cholinesterase drugs and cholinesterase in Chapter 7 receptor agonist choline receptor blocking drugs (I) - M-choline receptor blocking drug first 9 cholinergic receptor blockers (II) - N-choline receptor blocking drug first 10-adrenergic receptor agonists adrenergic receptor blockers. Chapter 11. Chapter 13. Chapter 12 anesthetic. sedative-hypnotics first 14 anti- Chapter cure 21 Chapter 20 Chapter 19 Chapter 18 Chapter 16 Chapter 15. epilepsy drugs. anti-Parkinson's disease drug antipsychotic Chapter 17 of analgesics central stimulant antipyretic analgesics antiarrhythmic drugs Chapter 26 Chapter 25 Chapter 24 Chapter 23 Chapter 22 of congestive heart failure drug anti-anginal drugs to anti-atherosclerosis drug anti-hypertension drug diuretics and dehydration drug acting on the blood and hematopoietic system medicine. animal husbandry. Chapter 30 Chapter 29 of the Chapter 27 histamine receptor blocking drugs 28th chapter the role of drugs in the respiratory system. the role of drug in the digestive system of uterine smooth fat of the stimulant and inhibitory drug Chapter 31 sex hormone drugs and contraceptives the first 32 Chapter 37. chapter 35 chapter 34 chapter 33 chapter adrenal hormone drugs. thyroid hormone and anti-thyroid drugs insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents antimicrobial agents Introduction to Chapter 36 of the B-lactam antibiotics. macrolides. Lincomycin the amphotericin class and the Chapter 42 Chapter 41 Chapter 40 Chapter 39 Chapter 38 of the peptide antibiotics of aminoglycoside antibiotics tetracycline and chloramphenicol antibiotics. synthetic antibacterial drugs antifungal and antiviral anti-TB drugs and anti- leprosy drug Chapter 45 Chapter 43 antiparasitic Chapter 44 anti-cancer drugs affect the immune function of drugFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LZ7718

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2010 - Advances in Pharmacology

SU DING FENG

ISBN 10: 7117142715 ISBN 13: 9787117142717

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 182 Publisher: People's Health Pub. Date :2011-7-1. Advances in Pharmacology 2010)) contains 19 review articles. of which two articles focus on the most recent five years. the star molecule -inhibitory protein (- arrestms); 3 classic article describes the latest progress of the renin-angiotensin system; 2 on disease susceptibility research; 3 on the methodology described; 7 on a new target for drugs and drug research ; Finally. there are two award-winning work with the research progress of our 2009 harvest pharmacological academia. or peak. there were two pharmacologists (Bao-Feng Yang and Professor Ding Jian) ??commentary on the China Academy of Engineering. has 2 projects awarded by the National Natural Science Award. and we invited the group presented with the award-winning project-related areas of research. These presentations enriched Pharmacology progress. In the future. we intend to pharmacological other major academic award-winning project and the National Science and Technology 973 projects and make the appropriate introduction. Contents: Chapter --suppressor protein REVIEW Section pharmacological inhibition of a protein. -suppressor protein in the cell function two. -suppression protein in cardiovascular disease. the possible role of three preference of excitement and preference of ligands II -suppressor protein regulation of inflammation research a. -mediated inhibition of protein by the body to swallow two. -suppressor protein signals of mapk regulation of three pathways. -suppressor protein of toll-like receptors and the regulation of four traf6. -inhibitory protein regulates transcription of five genes. -nf-kb inhibition of protein on the regulation of six. -suppressor protein and other role VII Prospects Chapter II REVIEW Section renin-angiotensin system Renin Inhibitors a. ras research overview Second. renin. renin receptor original and rpr three renin inhibitors developed problems and Solution four. five renin inhibitor aliskiren. dynamic and Outlook II angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 in cardiovascular disease research one. ace2 expression and distribution of two. ace2 in myocardial ischemia and heart failure the protective effect of three. ace2 in atherosclerosis in the protective effect of four. ace2 atFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LC1038

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Pharmacological study questions and study guides (for the 21st century quality courses matching counseling books)

HU AI PING // HU GUO XIN

ISBN 10: 7308070395 ISBN 13: 9787308070393

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 274 Publisher: Zhejiang University Pub. Date :2009-09-01 version 1. Contents: Introduction Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III pharmacokinetic Chapter pharmacodynamics effects of factors influencing drug Chapter Introduction to the efferent system pharmacological cholinergic agonists Chapter VI Chapter VII of anti-cholinesterase drugs and cholinesterase drugs Chapter VIII of the resurrection of cholinergic receptor blockers () - M choline by Body Chapter cholinergic receptor blockers blockers () - N cholinergic receptor blockers adrenergic receptor agonists Chapter X Chapter XI Chapter XII-adrenergic receptor blockers Introduction to the central nervous system pharmacology general anesthetic Chapter XIII Chapter XIV Chapter XV of local anesthetic sedative-hypnotic antiepileptic drugs and Chapter XVI Chapter XVII anticonvulsant treatment of degenerative diseases of central nervous system drugs first eighth chapter XIX anti-drug mental disorders. analgesic antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs Chapter Chapter XXI Introduction to ion channels and calcium channel blockers Chapter XXII the twenty antiarrhythmic drugs chapters renin-angiotensin system pharmacology XXIV diuretics and dehydration medicine XXV antihypertensive drug treatment of heart failure of Article VI Chapter XXVII arterial blood lipid and anti-drug Twenty-eight chapters atherosclerosis drugs anti-angina drugs acting on Article IX of the blood and blood-forming organs drugs thirty chang active substances from the body of the thirty chapters of drugs acting on the respiratory system drugs thirty Chapter II of drugs acting on the digestive system Chapter 33 inhibition of uterine stimulant drugs and sex hormone Chapter 34 Chapter 35 medicines and contraceptives adrenal corticosteroids Chapter 36 and anti-thyroid hormone Chapter 37 of thyroid drug insulin and other hypoglycemic agents Chapter 38 Chapter 39 Introduction to antimicrobial agents -lactam antibiotics. Chapter 40 macrolides. lincomycin and peptide class Chapter forty-antibiotic aminoglycosides forty-second chapter tetracycline and chloramphenicol 43rd chapter of synthetic antimicrobial 44th chapter forty-fifth chapter antiviral and antifungal and anti-TB drugs anti-leprosy drugs antiparasitic Chapter 46 Chapter Forty-seventh anti-cancer drugs affect the immune function of 48th chapter of the drug Chapter 49 gene therapyFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LG2236

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pharmacology study guide and problem sets

QIAO GUO FEN WANG HUAI LIANG

ISBN 10: 7117099275 ISBN 13: 9787117099271

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 350 Publisher: People s Health Publishing House Pub. Date: 2008 -05. edition version 6 in the supplementary materials. supporting materials. based on the appropriate changes. The book is 49 chapters. including learning objectives. content. key points. exercises and answers. Exercises include: single choice. multiple choice. fill-in. Glossary. short answer and essay questions. Exercises reflect the pharmacology curriculum requirements. highlighting the basic theory and basic pharmacology knowledge. writing mainly deals with the pharmacological effects of commonly used drugs. mechanism of action and clinical applications. it is important pharmacokinetics. structure-activity relationships. drug interactions . adverse reactions and contraindications. and other aspects of knowledge. Emphasis on students learning independently. hard thinking. comprehensive analysis and problem-solving ability. Point of the new book of knowledge. content systems. comprehensive kinds of questions. exercises a large amount of varying difficulty. Exercises answers accurate and comprehensive. Through this learning resource materials. can help students better understand and master the five-year clinical professional colleges and universities nationwide. Pharmacology materials. is a mentor to learn pharmacology. But also as a teacher preparation. lectures. on various topics and reference materials when the candidates proposition. Contents: Chapter Pharmacology remarks - Introduction Chapter II Chapter III pharmacokinetic Chapter pharmacodynamics effects of the factors influencing drug spread the nervous system pharmacology Chapter VI Introduction to cholinergic agonists Chapter VII of the resurrection of anti-cholinesterase drugs and cholinesterase drugs Chapter VIII cholinergic receptor blockers () - m cholinergic receptor blockers Chapter cholinergic receptor blockers ( ) - n cholinergic receptor blockers adrenergic receptor agonists Chapter X Chapter XI Chapter XII-adrenergic receptor blockers. central nervous system pharmacology Introduction to Chapter XIII of the bodyFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # K17117

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Essential Anesthesia: From Science to Practice

T. Y. Euliano

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. Essential Anesthesia is a concise, accessible introduction to anesthetic practice. Now in its second edition, it provides a thorough overview of the science and practice of anesthesia. Part I describes the evaluation of the patient, the different approaches to anesthesia, and the post-operative care of the patient in pain. Part II introduces the essentials of physiology and pharmacology and their role in understanding the principles of anesthesia. The final part presents a step-by-step description of 14 clinical cases. These clinical vignettes give a very real introduction to the practicalities of anesthesia and will give the non-anesthetist physician an idea of how to prepare a patient for a surgical procedure. All chapters have been expanded and updated and an entirely new chapter on safety in healthcare has been added. This is the perfect introductory text for medical students, junior doctors and all operating theatre and critical care staff. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9780521149457

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pharmacology Guidance and examination guidelines

HU CHANG PING

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 540 Publisher: Science and Technology Literature Press Pub. Date :2009-11. The book the Eleventh Five-Year Plan textbook Pharmacology is modeled with reference to mainstream materials. and human health version of the Pharmacology ordering of the same. each chapter is organized by the curriculum requirements. teaching materials in order. review questions and answers and questions to think the solution composition. Has covered a wide range of focused. appropriate depth. practical features. suitable for five-year. seven-year. eight-year basic. clinical. prevention. oral medicine and related professional students. Contents: Introduction Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 pharmacokinetics pharmacodynamics Chapter 4. the factors affecting drug action and the rational use of drugs efferent system Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Introduction to Pharmacology cholinergic agonists first 7 anti-cholinesterase drugs and cholinesterase resurrection drug Chapter 8 cholinergic receptor blockers ()-m cholinergic receptor blockers Chapter 9 cholinergic receptor blockers () cholinergic receptor blockers-n Chapter 10.-adrenergic receptor agonists Chapter 11-adrenergic receptor blocking drugs Chapter 12 Introduction to the central nervous system pharmacology Chapter 13 Chapter 14 general anesthetic local anesthetic first Chapter 15 Chapter 16 sedative-hypnotics and anticonvulsants antiepileptic drugs Chapter 17 of the treatment of central nervous system degenerative diseases. anti-drug mental disorders Chapter 18 Chapter 19 of analgesic drugs Chapter 20 antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs first Chapter 21 Introduction to ion channels and calcium channel blockers No. 2Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # K17411

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Pharmacology - lectures memory and test materials easily break through the seventh round of Medicine Series

YI XING TIAN XIA YI XUE XUE XI JI YI WEI HUI

ISBN 10: 7810609068 ISBN 13: 9787810609067

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 266 Publisher: Shanghai second-largest Pub. Date :2009-05-01 version 1. Relaxed breakthrough series in conjunction with the medical textbooks for the seventh round of learning. help students efficiently and lectures. and examinations of memory and success a series of books. Framework of the book in the series are as follows: [and the doctor dance - read the story into nirvana] in front of each chapter there is a story related to medical doctors or the ancient story to vivid examples to guide students to produce a medical student interest to the best state to enter the study. [Class record - listen to points according to the seventh round of grasping test sites] architecture and language teaching. the examination of the record of the main points of focus and refined. but not an exhaustive record of eleven students. the equivalent of a very high quality of the lectures notes or teaching lesson plans. [Memory prescription - Heavy understand the thinking] live the same as with a patient. memory difficulties that the prescription is to come. to simplify the theory of esoteric medicine. daily life. to enable students to plug in the memory of the wings. the basic course will combine clinical. clinical class point out the theoretical basis. Contents: Chapter Pharmacology remarks - Introduction Chapter II Chapter III pharmacokinetic Chapter pharmacodynamics effects of the factors influencing drug spread the nervous system pharmacology Chapter VI Introduction to cholinergic agonists first seven chapters resurrection of anti-cholinesterase drugs and cholinesterase drugs Chapter VIII cholinergic receptor blockers ()-M cholinergic receptor blockers Chapter cholinergic receptor blockers () -N cholinergic receptor blockers adrenergic agonists Chapter X Chapter XI Chapter XII-adrenergic receptor blockers. central nervous system pharmacology Introduction Chapter XIII Chapter XIV local anesthesia general anesthetic sedative hypnotic drug Chapter XV Chapter XVI antiepileptic drugs and anticonvulsants Chapter XVII drugs to treat central nervous system degenerative diseases. mental disorders. anti-drug Chapter XVIII Chapter XIX Chapter analgesics antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs Introduction Chapter XXI ion channels and calcium channel blockers antiarrhythmic Chapter XXII XXIII XXIV pharmacological renin-angiotensin system. diuretics Article Article VI chapters antihypertensive drug treatment of congestive heart failure. blood lipid twenty-seventh chapter of drugs and anti-atherosclerosis drugs Article VIII Article IX anti-angina drugs acting on the blood and blood-forming organs drugs thirty chang active substances from the body of Chapter XXXI of drugs acting on the respiratory system drugs thirty-second chapter of drugs acting on the digestive system Chapter 33 inhibition of uterine stimulant drugs and the third hormone drugs and contraceptives fourth chapter Chapter 35 of adrenal cortex hormones drugs and thyroid hormone Chapter 36 Chapter 37 anti-thyroid drugs insulin and other hypoglycemic agents Chapter 38 Introduction to antimicrobial drugs Chapter 39 of the -lactam antibiotics. Chapter 40 macrolides. lincomycin and polypeptide antibiotics like chapter forty forty-second chapter of aminoglycoside antibiotics tetracycline and chloramphenicol. class forty chapters of synthetic antibacterial agents Chapter 44 antiviral and antifungal forty-fifth chapter of anti-tuberculosis drugs and anti-leprosy drugs antiparasitic Chapter 46 Chapter Forty-seventh anti-cancer drugs 48th chapter of the drug affects the immune function of gene therapy for Chapter 49Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LG2310

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Enzyme Catalysis in Organic Synthesis: A Comprehensive Handbook Volume I

Drauz and Waldmann

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date :2008-08-01 Publisher: China Science and Technology Press Information title: Drug Application care (secondary vocational education Eleventh Five education reform planning materials) Original Price: 35.60 yuan: Hongmei Ma Fengyun Press: China Science and Technology Publishing Date:-8-1ISBN: 9787504652447 words: Page: Revision: Binding: Folio: product identification: Editor's Choice book is mainly constituted by the 14 chapters of theoretical knowledge and corresponding practical skills training content. books increase use of prescription and medicines foreign language instructions common abbreviations. The book is not only a systematic introduction to commonly used drugs in vivo process. role. application. adverse reactions. and professional features to increase the content of medication care by case analysis to strengthen the skills training. and the training of the dual-core. highlight the the characteristics of the teaching materials. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY book secondary vocational education one of the Eleventh Five-Year education reform planning materials. highlight skills training. not only introduced the commonly used drugs in vivo process. role. application. adverse reactions. and professional features to increase medication care and case analysis to strengthen the dual-core training skills training to highlight the features of this textbook. According to the current situation of the development of new drugs also increased the number of new drugs and new perspectives. The book is timely in the theoretical description of the process of adding some is both interesting and informative knowledge extended content. increase the student's desire and interest in learning to read. to broaden students' horizons. This book is for the nursing profession in secondary vocational schools. foreign nursing. midwifery and other medical and health professional use. Table of Contents Chapter Drug Application Nursing Introduction Section I Overview of drugs and drug application of the concept of care. learning method of drug application care medication care attention Fourth. the brief history of medicine and pharmacology. sect drugs effect dynamics - pharmacodynamic drug action and drug effects. the mechanisms of drug action section III drug metabolism kinetics - pharmacokinetic 1. the drug in vivo process. the drug in the body with time change process law Section IV of the factors that affect drug action. drug factors. the second chapter of the factors of the body the efferent system drugs first section Overview efferent system classification. the efferent neurotransmitter body process three . efferent nerve receptor type. distribution and physiological effects IV. Section II of the mode of action of the drug and the classification of the efferent system cholinergic drugs cholinergic receptor agonists. cholinesterase inhibitors third Festival anticholinergics. M receptor blockers. N-blockers III drug epinephrine. . -receptor agonists. cholinesterase the resurrection drug the fourth quarter intend receptor agonists receptor agonist Section 5 antiadrenergic drugs. receptor blockers. beta-receptor blocking drug Chapter local anesthetics overview. Chapter IV of the commonly used local anesthetic central nervous system drugs first section sedative hypnotics. benzodiazepine class. barbiturates. other classes second antiepileptic drugs commonly used antiepileptic drugs. antiepileptic drugs. the application of the principle of the third quarter antipsychotics disorders drugs. antipsychotics. anti-mania drugs. antidepressants Section IV analgesics. opioid alkaloid medicines. synthetic products. other types of Section V antipyretic analgesic anti- inflammatory drugs. commonly used antipyretic analgesics. antipyretic analgesics compound preparation VI central stimulant. the major excitatory brain cortex drugs. the major excitatory drugs medulla. Bookseller Inventory # FN077166

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 298 Publisher: People's Medical Pub. Date :2010-04-01 version 1. Contents: Chapter 1. Section I outlines a pharmacological remarks. the concept of medicine and pharmacology Second. the nature and task of Pharmacology Section pharmacodynamics one. two drugs and drug effects. drug mechanism of action Pharmacokinetics Section A transmembrane transport of two drugs. the process of three drugs in vivo. pharmacokinetic some basic concepts of the fourth quarter affect the drug action of factors 1. drug factors two. the body factors V drugs. general knowledge of one. the Drug Administration Law and the Pharmacopoeia. prescriptions Third. prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs four. drug name five or package insert six special Chapter 2 Drug Drug Section efferent system Introduction to a pharmacological efferent system. the classification of two efferent. efferent system. receptor type. distribution and physiological effects of three drugs. the role of the efferent system Four ways. the efferent system of drug classification II cholinergic agonists and cholinesterase inhibitors a. M receptor agonists Second. the cholinesterase inhibitor III cholinergic receptor blockers a . M cholinergic receptor blockers two. N IV cholinergic receptor blockers adrenergic receptor agonist a. a. receptor agonists two. a three receptor agonists. agonists drug-adrenergic receptor blocking drugs a V. a two receptor blockers. blockers Chapter 3. Section anesthetic local anesthetic a general anesthetic II. an overview of two commonly used Chapter 4. local anesthetics and anticonvulsants. sedative-hypnotics sedative-hypnotics Section A benzodiazepine class of two. three barbiturates. other sedative hypnotics. anticonvulsants Section II Chapter 5 of antiepileptic Section II drugs commonly used antiepileptic drugs principle clinical use of antiepileptic drugs in Chapter 6 anti-Parkinson drugs and drug treatment of Alzheimer's disease Parkinson's disease. anti-drug section in Chapter 7 . . anti-drug mental disorders Chapter 8 Chapter 9 of analgesic antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs and anti-gout drug Chapter 10 Chapter 11 of the central stimulant and diuretic dehydration drug anti-hypertension drug Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Section antianginal drugs Chapter 14 Chapter 15 of antiarrhythmic drugs against chronic heart failure drug Chapter 16 anti-atherosclerosis drugs acting on the blood of Chapter 17 and Chapter 18 of the hematopoietic system. anti-allergic drugs drugs drugs Digestive System Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Respiratory medication Chapter 21 and inhibition of uterine stimulant drugsFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LG2024

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2008 08 Pages: 327 Language: Chinese in Publisher: China Science and Technology Press National secondary health vocational education Eleventh Five-Year education reform planning materials: drug application care highlighted skills training . not only systematically introduce the commonly used drugs in vivo process. role. application. adverse reactions. etc. and for professional features to increase medication care content. and in the dual core training by case analysis to strengthen the skills training. highlighting the characteristics of this textbook of . According to the current situation of the development of new drugs also increased the number of new drugs and new perspectives. Eleventh Five-Year education reform secondary vocational education planning materials: drug application care adding some in the theoretical description of the process in a timely manner is both interesting and informative knowledge expansion to increase students' desire to read and interest in learning broaden students' horizons. National secondary vocational education Eleventh Five education reform planning materials: pharmaceutical care applies to secondary vocational schools nursing profession. the foreign nursing. midwifery and other related medical and health professional use. Contents: Introduction Section I Overview Chapter Drug Application care drugs and drug application care concept. learning Drug Application care. medication care attention issues. drugs and pharmacology brief history of Section II drug effect dynamics - pharmacodynamics of a drug action and drug effects. drug mechanism of action of the third quarter pharmacokinetic - pharmacokinetics of a drug in vivo process of drugs in the body over time change the law of the fourth quarter of the factors that affect drug action. drug factors. body factors efferent system drugs Section 1 Overview efferent system classification two efferent neurotransmitter in vivo process Third. the the efferent nerve receptors type. distribution and physiological effects of IV Section II of the mode of action of the drug and the classification of the efferent system cholinergic drugs cholinergic receptor agonists. cholinesterase inhibitors first three anticholinergics. M receptor blockers II. the N-blockers III. Section IV of the cholinesterase resurrection drug proposed drug epinephrine. . -receptor agonist receptor agonists receptor agonist Section V anti-adrenergic drugs alpha receptor blockers. beta-receptor blocking drug Chapter local anesthetics overview the Chapter hub of the commonly used local anesthetic nervous system drugs the first section sedative hypnotics. benzodiazepines. barbiturates Third. other types of Section II antiepileptic drugs commonly used anti-epileptic drugs. anti-epileptic drug application of the principle of the third quarter anti mental disorders drugs. antipsychotics. anti-mania drugs. antidepressants Section IV analgesics. opioid alkaloid medicines. synthetic products. other types of the Section V antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs. commonly used antipyretic analgesics. antipyretic analgesics Section VI compound preparation central stimulant. the major excitatory brain cortex drugs. the major excitatory medullary respiratory center drug promote cardiovascular system drugs brain function recovery drug Chapter Section 1 antiarrhythmic drugs an arrhythmia electrophysiological basis of the fundamental role of the anti-arrhythmic drugs and drug classification. commonly used anti-arrhythmic drugs Section II Second. the commonly used anti-hypertensive drugs. other anti-hypertensive drugs four of anti-hypertensive drugs. anti-hypertensive drugs classification. antihypertensive drugs. the application of the principle of the third quarter against chronic ventricular dysfunction drug a cardiac glycosides class II renin - angiotensin - aldosterone. Bookseller Inventory # NE004117

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PLANT PORTRAITS : The California Legacy of A. R. Valentien. With Introductions By Joan Irvine Smith & Michael W. Hager.

Dykens, Margaret N., Jean Stern, Exequiel Ezcurra, Peter Rave

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Item Description: Irvine CA. 2003. Sand Diego Natural History Museum., 2003. large red & gilt lettered cloth hardbound folio ~ 2º. very large ("coffee table" size book), international or priority shipping will cost extra. dustwrapper in protective plastic book jacket cover. very fine cond. looks new. like new. as new. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in fine cond. not worn or torn or price clipped(no price listed). nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition. first printing ( nap). ~ Please Note: book is larger than scanner so the photos are a bit cropped. Published on the occasion of the exhibit ~ PLANT PORTRAITS : The California Legacy of A. R. Valentien. full color illustrated ½ title, frontis. & title pg. 212p. glossy pages throughout. 325 glossy color illustrations. 10 b&w illustrations. appendix with bibliography & notes on the plates giving scientific names of specimens. index. art history. biology. botany. wild flowers. herbology. natural science. ecology. environmentalism. pharmacology. conservationism. ~ In 1908, artist Albert R. Valentien (1862~ 1925) accepted a commission from San Diego philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps to paint a series of California wildflowers. What began as an ambitious project soon became his life's passion, as he spent the next ten years traveling throughout the state, diligently painting every specimen of California plant and wildflower that could be gathered. While Valentien was not trained as a botanist, his illustrations display remarkable accuracy and detail as well as a wonderful sense of freshness and spontaneity. He strived for veracity in representation, never attempting to "prettify" a specimen. In all, he completed 1,094 delicate watercolors, covering nearly 1,500 species of California flora~including many plants that are now extremely rare. The Valentien watercolor collection has been a treasured part of the San Diego Natural History Museum's holdings since 1933, when they were donated to the Museum Library by the Scripps estate. In 2000, thanks to the commitment and generosity of Eleanor and Jerome Navarra, the Valentien Project~which entailed photographing, conserving, cataloging, and eventually exhibiting the collection~began. Plant Portraits marks the first time that Valentien's crowning achievement, begun more than 95 years ago, has been realized in print. The San Diego Natural History Museum is proud to join with The Irvine Museum in presenting these vibrant illustrations from Valentien's incomparable flora of California series. Bookseller Inventory # 5121401

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Essential Anesthesia

Euliano, T. Y./ Gravenstein, J. S./ Gravenstein, N./ Gravenstein, D.

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Item Description: Cambridge Univ Pr, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 20.32 x 25.4 cm. "Essential Anesthesia is a concise, accessible introduction to anesthetic practice. Now in its second edition, it provides a thorough overview of the science and practice of anesthesia. Part I describes the evaluation of the patient, the different approaches to anesthesia, and the post-operative care of the patient in pain. Part II introduces the essentials of physiology and pharmacology and their role in understanding the principles of anesthesia. The final part presents a step-by-step description of 14clinical cases. These clinical vignettes give a very real introduction to the practicalities of anesthesia and will give the non-anesthetist physician an idea of how to prepare a patient for a surgical procedure. All chapters have been expanded and updated and an entirely new chapter on safety in healthcare has been added. This is the perfect introductory text for medical students, junior doctors and all operating theatre and critical care staff"--Provided by publisher.Our orders are sent from our warehouse locally or directly from our international distributors to allow us to offer you the best possible price and delivery time. Book. Bookseller Inventory # MM-20646976

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The genuine book pharmacology People's Health Publishing 53.00(Chinese Edition)

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2009-02-01 Pages: 447 Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House Welcome Our service and quality to your satisfaction. please tell your friends around. thank you for your support and look forward to your service QQ: 11.408.523.441 We sold the books are not tax price. For invoices extra to eight percent of the total amount of the tax point. Please note in advance. After payment. within 48 hours of delivery to you. Do not frequent reminders. if not the recipient. please be careful next single. OUR default distribution for Shentong through EMS. For other courier please follow customer instructions. The restaurant does not the post office to hang brush. please understand. Using line payment. must be in time for the payment to contact us. Stock quantity is not allowed. Specific contact customer service. 6. Restaurant on Saturday and Sunday. holidays. only orders not shipped. The specific matters Contact Customer Service. . Basic Information Title: Pharmacology original price: 53.00 yuan price: 42.40 yuan you save 10.60 yuan discount: 80% off: Press: People's Health Publishing House Publication Date: February 1. 2009 ISBN: 9787117111836 Words: Page : 447 Edition: 1st Edition Binding: Paperback: Weight: 699 g Editor's Choice Pharmacology published by the People's Health Publishing House. Executive Summary Pharmacology Nursing professional anesthesia the specialist direction (undergraduate) training objectives. requirements. and strive to reflect the ideological content of textbooks should have science. advanced. inspiring and practical. focusing on the basic pharmacology theory. basic knowledge. Pharmacology significant features ordinary pharmacology and anesthetics jurisprudence of the contents of organic integration to reduce unnecessary duplication. and reduce the burden on students. Pharmacology in Chapters system arrangements. efforts to highlight the pharmacological characteristics of anesthesia care. increase the basic knowledge of the nursing medication. narcotic medication. vitamins. drugs. electrolyte and acid-base balance of the drug. disinfection antiseptic drugs. herbal drugs and other chapters. Pharmacology in the name of the drug are the Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China Pharmacopoeia Committee compiled prevail the generic drug nouns (Chemical Industry Press. 1997). Preparation of drugs commonly used drugs for the Chinese Pharmacopoeia. the National Essential Drugs and the national basic medical insurance medication range. and a selection of some domestic new drugs. Pharmacology in preparation and usage dose unless otherwise stated. means the amount of reference only. subject to medication instructions. Introduction to Chapter VII of Chapter VI of efferent system pharmacological drug effects dynamics of Contents Introduction Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV pharmacokinetic factors affecting drug action Chapter nursing medication basic knowledge cholinergic drugs Chapter VIII of the M cholinergic receptor blocking drug IX N cholinergic receptor blocking drug Chapter adrenergic receptor agonist Chapter XI adrenergic receptor blocking drugs XII sedative-hypnotics Chapter 13 of the antipsychotic. antiepileptic and anticonvulsant Chapter XIV anti-Chapter 16 of Chapter 15 of the psychiatric disorder drug analgesics antipyretic to Chapter XVII analgesics anti-Parkinson's disease drug eighteenth twenty-four chapters of the the chapter Chapter XIX of central stimulant inhalation anesthetics Chapter intravenous anesthetics Chapter XXI Chapter XXII local anesthetic skeletal muscle relaxants Chapter calcium channel blockers the Chapter of antiarrhythmic drugs against chronic cardiac dysfunction drug antihypertensives Chapter Twenty-eight chapters of the twenty-seventh chapter of the anti-anginal drugs diuretics and dehydration drug Article Jiuzhang role in the blood hematopoietic organs. Bookseller Inventory # FT075921

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Pharmacology

ZHANG HONG WEI ZHU

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 11 Publisher: Zhengzhou University Press Pub. Date :2008-10-1. This book is divided into seven chapters. namely: General. peripheral nervous system pharmacology. central nervous system pharmacology. cardiovascular pharmacology. internal organs system and blood system pharmacology. endocrine system pharmacology. chemotherapy drugs. Contents: first remarks Pharmacology Chapter Introduction Chapter II Chapter III pharmacodynamics pharmacokinetics of Chapter IV of factors influencing drug effects second peripheral nervous system pharmacology Pharmacology Chapter Introduction to the first efferent system VI Chapter VII of cholinergic receptor agonists and the cholinergic anti-cholinesterase drugs resurrection drug Chapter m negative off-type acetylcholine receptor anti-cholinergic drugs acetylcholine receptor Chapter n shade off anticholinergic drug Chapter adrenal receptor agonists Chapter XII-adrenergic receptor blockers third central nervous system pharmacology of local anesthetic sedative-hypnotic anxiolytic Chapter XIII Chapter XIV XV antiepileptic and anticonvulsant drugs Chapter anti-Parkinson drug resistant mental disorders. drug Chapter XVI Chapter XVII Chapter XVIII of needle pain medicine antipyretic analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs and anti-gout drug Chapter XIX Chapter central stimulant general anesthetic fourth in the cardiovascular system Pharmacology Chapter XXI of calcium channel blockers Chapter XXII XXIII anti-arrhythmia drug resistance and anti-ischemic cardiomyopathy. atherosclerosis drugs XXIV second anti-hypertension drug fifth chapter the treatment of chronic congestive heart failure drug fifth chapter visceral system and blood system pharmacological effects on the respiratory system of Article VI of Chapter XXVII of drug and anti-peptic ulcer drugs twenty-eight chapters digestion regulating drugs acting on the blood and blood-forming organs drugs acting on the uterine smooth muscle of Article IX of Chapter histamine drugs and antihistamines XXXI diuretics and dehydration medicine sixth chapter thirty-second chapter endocrine system pharmacology adrenal corticosteroids Chapter 33 of the sex hormone drugs and contraceptives. thyroid hormone and Chapter 34 Chapter 35 anti-thyroid drugs insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents Title VII chemotherapy Chapter 36 Introduction to antimicrobial drugs Chapter 37 b-lactam antibiotics. Chapter 38 macrolides. Lincomycin toxins and toxin type vancomycin and aminoglycosides Chapter 39 Chapter 40 of polymyxin and tetracycline Chlorine Safety Chapter synthetic toxins forty forty-second chapter antifungal antibiotics and antiviral 43rd chapter of anti-tuberculosis drugs and anti-leprosy drugs Chapter 44 Chapter antiparasitic the forty-fifth anti-matter Chapter 46 cancer drugs affect the immune system and drug referencesFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # LC1522

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Screening Methods in Pharmacology (Vols 1 and 2 Set)

Robert A Turner

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Item Description: Academic Press, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Vol. I Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. A brief review of the biochemistry of the nervous system. 3. The organization of screening. 4. General methods. 5. Quantal responses. Calculation of the ED50. 6. Depressants of the central nervous system. 7. Ataractic (Tranquillizing Neuroleptic) agents. 8. Analgesics. 9. Oxytocic agents. 10. Antiserotonin agents. 11. Parasympatholytic agents. 12. Sympatholytic agents. 13. Anti inflammatory agents. 14. Anticonvulsants. 15. Sympathomimetic agents. 16. Central stimulants. 17. Muscaring agents. 18. Ganglion blocking agents. 19. Antifibrillatory agents. 20. Cardiotonic agents. 21. Histamine like agents. 22. Antihistamine agents. 23. Antitussive agents. 24. Antacid agents. 25. Thyromimetic agents. 26. Hypoglycemic agents. 27. Choleretic agents. 28. Antiparkinson agents. 29. Anti inflammatory and glucocorticoidal agents. 30. Antiemetic agents. 31. Bronchodilatant agents. 32. Curariform agents. 33. Anabolic Androgenic and Antiandrogenic agents. 34. Potentiators and antagonists of tryptamine. 35. Vasopressive peptides. 36. Diuretic and natriuretic agents. 37. Anticholinesterase agents. 38. Anticholesterol agents. 39. Uricosuric agents. 40. Antishock agents. 41. Hemostatic agents. 42. Local and spinal anesthetics. 43. Abortificient agents. 44. Thymoleptic agents. 45. Dermal irritants. 46. Teratogenic agents. Appendixes. References. Author index. Subject index. Vol. II 1. a Adrenergic blocking agents/V.C. Swamy. 2. b Adrenergic blocking agents/Robert A. Turner. 3. Agents acting on coronary blood vessels/R. Kadatz. 4. Agents with Kinin like activity/H.J. Wilkens and R. Steger. 5. Androgenic and anabolic agents/Peter Hebborn. 6. Estrogenic and antiestrogenic agents/Marian May. 7. Anovulatory agents/Marian May. 8. Progestational agents/Peter Hebborn. 9. Antihyperlipidemic agents/Jack N. Moss and Esam Z. Dajani. 10. Immunosuppressive agents/Robert L. Stone and Charles J. Paget. 11. Agents affecting Mucociliary Activity/Sam P. Battista. 12. Antiperspirant agents/Clyde M. Burnett. 13. Antidepressant agents/Allen Barnett and Robert I. Taber. 14. Agents with analgesic activity and dependence liability/Jerome M. Glassman. 15. Natriuretic and Antihypertensive agents screened by sequential methods/E. Gilliard P.R. Hedwall and K. Mullen. Author index. Subject index. From the Preface This book assembles most of the methods for screening substances for pharmacological activity and includes discussions of the organization of screening programs. While screening is widely practiced in pharmacology laboratories a definition of its meaning is perhaps worthy of attention. The term screening indicates the use of a combination of tests for the purpose of making a decision. The results of the tests provide information on the presence of certain pharmacological properties. The present work is obviously directed to those whose occupation it is to search for new pharmaceuticals. A variety of investigators in the fields of pharmacology physiology toxicology and therapeutics may also find useful methods for their research. Chemists in the pharmaceutical industry who read this book will be aided in their understanding of the basis for testing the compounds that they synthesize and in their understanding of the programs for testing that the pharmcologist has devised. 620 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 72204

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Introduction to Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics: The Quantitative Basis of Drug Therapy

Thomas N. Tozer

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Item Description: Lippincott Raven Feb 2006, 2006. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 254x178x12 mm. Neuware - This unique text helps students and healthcare professionals master the fundamentals of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Written by distinguished international experts, it provides readers with an introduction to the basic principles underlying the establishment and individualization of dosage regimens and their optimal use in drug therapy. Up-to-date examples featuring currently prescribed drugs illustrate how pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics relate to contemporary drug therapy. Study problems at the end of each chapter help students and professionals gain a firm grasp of the material covered within the text. 326 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9780781751490

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National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 86-90 (Paperback)

National Institute of Health

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: . 1911, v. 13, pp. 21-22. An editorial (Therap. Gaz. 1911, v. 35, p. 338) calls attention to the article by Boos on magnesium poisoning. Dixon, W. E., states that were one-tenth part of the usual dose of Epsom salts absorbed into the system severe cardiac symptoms would result.--Pharm. J. 1911, v. 87, p. 15. Holman, Carl J., discusses the treatment of tetanus, with special reference to the use of magnesium sulphate, which he believes will probably control the convulsions, thus providing for the nourishment of the patient while antitoxines are being formed to overcome the toxins.--Merck s Arch. 1911, v. 13, pp. 176-180. Barge, A. A., urges the use of magnesium sulphate in the treatment of dysentery and presents a formula.--J. Am. M. Assoc. 1911, v. 56, p. 1593. An editorial (Phys. Drug News, 1911, v. 6, p. 125) states that Epsom salt ranks second in importance for use in the tropics. Jackson, Algernon Brashear, recommends the injection of magnesium sulphate for acute articular rheumatism, with report of cases.--N. York M. J. 1911, v. 93, pp. 1223-1225. Heeve, William L., states that two grains of magnesium sulphate and ten drops of diluted sulphuric acid will prove of value in diarrhea.--Nat. Eclect. M. Assoc. Quart. 1910-11, v. 2, p. 122. Harvey, G. W., states that when a patient comes to us with warts we give him small doses of thuja or magnesium sulphate, knowing that if he is faithful in taking the medicine the warts will disappear in a reasonable tune.--Hahnemann. Month. 1911, v. 46, p. 637. Additional references on the chemistry, pharmacology and therapeutic uses of magnesium sulphate will be found in: Index Med.; J. Am. M. Assoc.; and Chem. Abstr. MALTXTM. Lloyd, John Uri, states that the time of the introduction of malt antedates the lore of systemati. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781130258219

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: . . . 1911, v. 13, pp. 21-22. An editorial (Therap. Gaz. 1911, v. 35, p. 338) calls attention to the article by Boos on magnesium poisoning. Dixon, W. E. , states that were one-tenth part of the usual dose of Epsom salts absorbed into the system severe cardiac symptoms would result. --Pharm. J. 1911, v. 87, p. 15. Holman, Carl J. , discusses the treatment of tetanus, with special reference to the use of magnesium sulphate, which he believes will probably control the convulsions, thus providing for the nourishment of the patient while antitoxines are being formed to overcome the toxins. --Mercks Arch. 1911, v. 13, pp. 176-180. Barge, A. A. , urges the use of magnesium sulphate in the treatment of dysentery and presents a formula. --J. Am. M. Assoc. 1911, v. 56, p. 1593. An editorial (Phys. Drug News, 1911, v. 6, p. 125) states that Epsom salt ranks second in importance for use in the tropics. Jackson, Algernon Brashear, recommends the injection of magnesium sulphate for acute articular rheumatism, with report of cases. --N. York M. J. 1911, v. 93, pp. 1223-1225. Heeve, William L. , states that two grains of magnesium sulphate and ten drops of diluted sulphuric acid will prove of value in diarrhea. --Nat. Eclect. M. Assoc. Quart. 1910-11, v. 2, p. 122. Harvey, G. W. , states that when a patient comes to us with warts we give him small doses of thuja or magnesium sulphate, knowing that if he is faithful in taking the medicine the warts will disappear in a reasonable tune. --Hahnemann. Month. 1911, v. 46, p. 637. Additional references on the chemistry, pharmacology and therapeutic uses of magnesium sulphate will be found in: Index Med. ; J. Am. M. Assoc. ; and Chem. Abstr. MALTXTM. Lloyd, John Uri, states that the time of the introduction of malt antedates the lore of systemati. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130258219

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Item Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2008 Pages: 429 Publisher: Basic information of Zhengzhou University Press title: Pharmacology (3rd Edition) List Price: 56.00 yuan Author: Publisher: Zhengzhou University Press Publication Date: August 1. 2008 ISBN : 9787811068191 words: Pages: 429 Edition: 3rd Edition Binding: Paperback: Editor's Choice Pharmacology (3rd Edition): The Higher Education Academy of Medicine series of standardized textbooks Executive Summary Pharmacology (3rd Edition) is based on revised and updated edition of the Higher Education Academy of Medicine teaching materials Committee on the guiding ideology of the new version of the textbook and medical professional training objectives. pharmacology. second edition (2003) for a full-time higher medical specialist. the new Vocational and Education students and other use. Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction. content and tasks of Pharmacology Second. the brief history of pharmacology. studies of new drugs and the first section of Chapter II clinical pharmacokinetic drug in the body. transit. absorbing three distribution metabolic five. excretion Section II pharmacokinetic parameters and significance. the concentration-time curve II compartment model bioavailability. apparent volume of distribution of V. the Drug Elimination six. the plasma half-life of seven. the fundamental role of the blood concentration of administered repeatedly drug effect dynamics change Chapter Section drug. the nature of the action of the drug. drug effects manner. the selectivity of drug action. and the action of the drug clinical effect the Section III drug dose and effect relationship of the structure-activity relationship of Section II drugs. the amount of a dose-response curves. the significance of the volume effect relationship Section IV drug mechanism of action. non-specific drug specific drugs Section V drugs with receptor v. the concept of receptor and ligand II. and the type of receptor and receptor-adjusting three affect the role of drugs and receptor factors. acting on receptor drug Category 5. the second messenger. Chapter IV important factors first section of the rational use of drugs. drug factors. dose and dosage form. time of administration. frequency and duration of treatment combination drug interactions section II body factors. age. gender. three genetic abnormalities circadian rhythm pathological state. mental factor VII. Section III of the body drug reactions rational drug use Chapter efferent principle Pharmacology Introduction Section I efferent system classification and sudden Touch of chemical transmission efferent system classification two synaptic chemical transmission the second efferent system receptor. the receptor classification II receptor distribution and effects of the generation mechanism of the effect of the three. receptor efferent system drugs section of the basic role and classification. the fundamental role of two of the the outgoing nervous system drugs. the outgoing nervous system drug classification of the sixth chapter of the role of cholinergic receptor drug first section cholinergic drugs The directly excited choline receptor drug indirectly excited cholinergic receptor drugs (anticholinesterase drug) Section II cholinergic receptor blocking drugs an M cholinergic receptor blockers. N choline by body blockers III. the cholinesterase resurrection drug Chapter VII role in adrenergic receptor the Drug Section I intend to adrenomimetics receptor agonist. . -receptor agonist. by agonists of Section II anti-adrenergic drugs. blockers. beta-receptor blocking drug Chapter VIII of the local anesthetic first section esters Section II amide Chapter General anesthetics first the combined anesthesia inhalation anesthetics second intravenous anesthetics Section III Chapter X sedative section hypnotics first section the Section II barbiturates III of the benzodiazepine. Bookseller Inventory # FG008754

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