Modern Pharmacology with Clinical Applications

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Charles R. Craig, Robert E. Stitzel
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004 - Medical - 824 pages
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Building on the strengths of previous editions, the Sixth Edition of Modern Pharmacology with Clinical Applications continues to provide an up-to-date and comprehensive textbook for students of pharmacology. Focusing on the clinical application of drugs within a context of the major principles of pharmacology, this text supplies both students and faculty with an introduction to modern pharmacotherapeutics.

 

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Contents

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1
Mechanisms of Drug Action
10
Drug Absorption and Distribution
20
Metabolism and Excretion of Drugs
34
Histamine and Histamine Antagonists 449 55 The Rational Basis for Cancer
38
Pharmacokinetics
48
Drug Metabolism and Disposition In Pediatric
56
Principles of Toxicology
63
Drugs Affecting the Cardiovascular System
149
Antiarrhythmic Drugs
160
Antianginal Drugs
196
The ReninAngiotensinAldosterone System and Other
206
CHEMOTHERAPY 59 Hypothalamic and Pituitary Gland
675
Sulfonamides Adrenal Cortex
686
pLactam Antibiotics 526 62 Uterine Stimulants and Relaxants
716
Aminoglycoside Antibiotics 538 63 Androgens Antiandrogens and Anabolic
724

Contemporary Bioethical Issues in Pharmacology
73
DRUGS AFFECTING THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS
81
Adrenomimetlc Drugs
96
Adrenoceptor Antagonists
109
Directly and Indirectly Acting
121
Muscarinic Blocking Drugs
134
Ganglionic Blocking Drugs and Nicotine
141
Tetracyclines Chloramphenicol Macrolides and Frank L Schwartz and Roman J Miller
737
Drugs Used in Tuberculosis and Leprosy 557 66 Parathyroid Hormone Calcitonin Vitamin D and Other
754
Antiviral Drugs 567 Frank L Schwartz
763
Therapy of Human Immunodeficiency Virus 584 Michael J Thomas and John A Thomas
777
Antifungal Drugs 596 Suzanne Barone
785
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