The pharmacological basis of therapeutics
Drugs acting on the central nervous system; Local anesthetics; Drugs acting at synaptic and neuroeffector junctional sites; Autacoids; Cardiovascular drugs; Water, salts, and ions; Drugs affecting renal function and electrolyte metabolism; Drugs affecting uterine motility; Gases and vapors; Heavy metals and heavy-metal antagonists; Locally acting drugs; Chemotherapy of parasitic diseases; Chemotherapy of microbial diseases; Chemotherapy of neoplastic diseases; Drugs acting on the blood and the blood-forming organs; Hormones and hormone antagonists; The vitamins.
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