The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics: A Textbook of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics for Physicians and Medical Students
Central nervous system depressants; Central nervous system stimulants; Local anesthetics; Cardiovascular drugs; Water, salts and ions; Drugs affecting urine formation; Drugs acting on the reproductive organs; Gases and vapor; Heavy metals and metalloids; Drugs acting locally on the skin and mucous membranes; Antiseptics, disinfectants and drugs used in the chemotherapy of infectious disease; Drugs acting on the blood and blood-forming organs; The vitamins.
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