Clinical pharmacology made ridiculously simple
The book blendes the essentials of basic pharmacology and clinical pharmacology so that the transition from classroom to hospital is less abrupt. Students report that the book is most effective when lecture notes are written directly on the tables and margins, providing a single, concise guide for finals and the National Boards.
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Principles of Pharmacology
Peripheral Nervous System
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