Pharmacology: Examination & Board Review
Designed to complement the chapter sequence in the 7th edition of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (Katzung), this review includes a set of objectives providing students with a checklist against which they can assess their progress. Each chapter provides a review of the core subject matter. Important drug names are provided in each chapter dealing with specific drug groups, and practice questions and answers are included at the end of each chapter. Appendices include 17 case histories with questions and answers, and test strategies.
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