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  • DATABOOK FOR CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
  • Idioma: SIN DEFINIR
  • Formatos: Pdf, ePub, MOBI, FB2
  • ISBN: 9789386211026
  • Editorial: BSP BOOKS

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Overview

Any professional dealing with drugs should possesses clinical knowledge about it. The author has tried his best and compiled this databook to give the right knowledge to professionals about drugs. The Databook has been segregated into four important chapters. Chapter I comprises clinical data of hundreds of drugs. Chapter II assembles the pharmacokinetic data of several drugs. Chapter III and IV elaborate the drug-drug interaction and adverse drug reactions respectively. The book has separately included references for further reading. This book provides the most up-to-date data for hundreds of drugs all described in generic term. It covers several groups of drugs from analgesic and sedative to anticancer agents. Essential clinical materials are included in this Databook for necessary background information and to complement the kinetic data (Pharmacokinetic) of drugs. The book also includes important chapters on drug- drug interactions and adverse drug reactions in a most exhaustive manner.
This book is primarily targeted for the students of B. Pharm., M. Pharm. The book will also draw attention of M.B.B.S., M.D. (Medicine) students, medical practitioners, pharmacologists, clinical workers and toxicologists.
The author has tried to compose the databook informative, up-to-date, well incorporated and coherent.
Key Features:
· Contains clinical data of 525 drugs.
· Presents pharmacokinetics data of 782 drugs.
· Provides exhaustive list of Drug-Drug interactions.
· Included detailed about Adverse Drug Reactions.