Neurological Therapeutics: Principles and Practice

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 20, 2006 - Medical - 3680 pages
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Building on the success of its award-winning predecessor, Neurological Therapeutics: Principles and Practice, Second Edition is a fully-updated three-volume text, available both as a hardback and in web-formats, to be used as important reference for treatment decisions in offices of neurological practice, clinics and hospitals.
Providing a reference that is both authoritative and accessible for daily use, key features of this evidence-based, highly acclaimed work include:
* more than 275 major topics covering the vast patient mix primarily treated by adult and pediatric neurologists
* the most current definitive medical citations
* section editors who are all internationally recognized leaders in their fields
* new chapters addressing the important issues of stem cell therapy, pharmacogenomics, palliative care, the management of the organ donor, metabolic myelopathy, superficial siderosis and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
* focus on the issues underlying treatment decisions not only for the most readily treated disorders but also for conditions with few existing, definitive therapeutic options
  • over 600 comprehensive summary tables and informative figures, with the most recent supporting recommendations to guide treatment decisions for effective and efficient patient management in the busy clinic setting.

    A highly important resource, this cutting-edge second edition continues to address the need for a comprehensive textbook focused primarily on therapeutics, and will help busy students, clinicians and clinician-scientists in understanding the current status of neurological therapeutics in planning the care of their patients.
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