Drugs for the Gut: A Practical Guide to Gastrointestinal and Liver Therapy

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W.B. Saunders, 1998 - Medical - 443 pages
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An indispensable quick reference guide to the vast range of drugs currently available for the management of gastrointestinal disease. The first half of the book provides clinical information and management strategies, organized by condition. The second half is divided into classes of drugs, and offers detailed pharmaceutical information. The two sections are fully cross-referenced. This is an essential, portable aid for making informed therapeutic decisions!

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Contents

Stomach and Duodenum
20
General Gastrointestinal Conditions and Issues
50
Section
331
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Roger Chapman is a Technical Consultant based in Warwickshire, UK. His background is in innovation in fibers and fabrics, especially for technical textiles. Prior to setting up his own company he was R&D Manager at Courtaulds, a British textile manufacturing company.

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