This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Introduction 1: Clinical pharmacokinetics General Overview: Clinical Pharmacokinetics Pharmacokinetics Drug Clearance (CL) Volume of Distribution (Vd) The Half-life (t) Oral Availability (F) Protein Binding (PB) pH and Pharmacokinetics 2: Factors affecting dosing Drug Metabolism Saturable Metabolism Dosing in Liver Disease and Other Diseases Pharmacogenetics Dosing in Renal Impairment Dosing in the Elderly Dosing in Neonates/Children Drugs in Pregnancy Drugs in Human Milk 3: Pharmacovigilence Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) Drug-Induced Allergy Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) Drug/Drug Interactions Drugs and Food Drug Concentration Monitoring Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics in Overdose Treatment of Overdose/Poisoning Pharmacological Aspects of Drug Dependence 4: Optimal Therapeutics Pharmacodynamics/Principles of Drug Action Applied Pharmacology Drug Delivery Systems Compliance with Medication Aids to Prescribing/Compliance Principles of Therapeutics Talking with Patients About their Drugs The Drug Profile Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) Evidence-based Medicine (EBM) Pharmacoeconomics Prescribers and the Drug Industry Drug Development 5: Appendices 1: 'Instant Pharmacokinetics' - the Pharmacokinetic Triangle 2: Important Equations in Clinical Pharmacology 3: Drugs with Renal Elimination That May Need Dose Adjustment in Renal Impairment 4: High CL Drugs, with Flow Dependent Elimination 5: Inducers of Drug Metabolism 6: Inhibitors of Drug Metabolism 7: Drugs Whose Therapy May be Assisted by Drug Concentration Monitoring 8: Essentials of a Good Prescription 9: Useful Pharmacology Resources 10: Interactive Clinical Pharmacology Glossary Index. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: Instant Clinical Pharmacology differs from other clinical pharmacology books commonly used by medical students and junior doctors. It presents essential information about the core topics in clinical pharmacology in a concise, accessible dip-in format and aims to bridge the gap between basic pharmacology and the therapeutic use of drugs in humans.
Each topic is concisely displayed in a double-page spread to aid learning and revision. Content in this revised second edition covers the accepted core curriculum of clinical pharmacology: clinical pharmacokinetics, factors affecting dosing, altered drug effects, pharmacovigilance and principles of optimal therapeutics. Simple illustrations and tables support the text and assist to provide rapid access to and explanation of key facts.
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Instant Clinical Pharmacology is a short introductory text, which explains the principles behind the prescribing process. The book provides essential information about the core topics in clinical pharmacology and bridges the gap between basic pharmacology and the therapeutic use of drugs. Written for the busy medical student and junior doctor, the book provides the reader with a quick resource for understanding the principles of drug action and interaction and the use of drugs in clinical practice.
The book has been designed for ease of use and is organised into short modules. As with other titles in the Instant Series, the accessible style of one topic per page is used, accompanied by clear illustrations.
Instant Clinical Pharmacology is ideal for medical students requiring a quick overview of the topic or for review when preparing for examinations.
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