Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians
This title discusses complex principles of pharmacology, with many illustrations to augment the narrative. This new edition presents an updated, comprehensive overview of the principles of veterinary pharmacology, with chapters on the various drug categories. A timely new section on OSHA requirements for the drug and chemical storage and handling is included. The section on dosage calculation has been expanded to a full chapter.
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