Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs
Mary Anne Koda-Kimble
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005 - Medical - 3040 pages
This widely used text is now revised and thoroughly up to date. A practical case-study approach helps health care students master the fundamentals of therapeutics while gaining a firm grasp of essential problem-solving techniques. True-to-life clinical scenarios are incorporated into every disease and disorder chapter to illustrate concepts and principles of therapeutics and to offer hands-on practice in developing therapeutic care plans. Comprehensive coverage of therapeutics fundamentals gives students an understanding of disease states and their treatments and how to apply optimal pharmaceutical care. This edition has two new chapters: "Delivering Culturally Competent Care" and "End of Life."
A bonus CD-ROM includes an indexed, searchable version of the book for quick access to needed information.
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one of the best books for pharmacists.contains all necessary things.after studying the book u see u get a strong basis of pharmacotherapy.but the thing that this book misses is so many important subjects that a pharmacist needs to know like MS,PCO,INFERTILITY AND….I REALLY APPRECIATE THE GREAT JOB OF THE WRITERS