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Basic concepts in pharmacology : what you need to know for each drug class

Author: Janet L Stringer
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Medical, [2011]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fourth editionView all editions and formats
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"A proven method for learning the most difficult-to-understand concepts in pharmacology. Great for USMLE review! Basic Concepts in Pharmacology provides students with a complete framework for studying the fundamental principles of drug actions. This unique study system helps students set priorities, minimize memorization, and reduce stress. The book includes study techniques not found in any other book and details  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Outlines and syllabi
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Janet L Stringer
ISBN: 9780071741040 0071741046 9780071767286 0071767282
OCLC Number: 671465374
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiii, 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Where to start. General principles. Receptor theory --
Absorption, distribution and clearance --
Pharmacokinetics --
Drug metabolism and renal elimination --
Drugs that affect the autonomic nervous system. Review of the autonomic nervous system --
Cholinergic agonists --
Cholinergic antagonists --
Adrenergic agonists --
Adrenergic antagonists --
Drugs that affect the cardiovascular system. Antihypertensive drugs --
Drugs used in ischemic heart disease and congestive heart failure --
Antiarrrhytmic drugs --
Drugs that affect blood --
Drugs that act on the central nervous system. Drugs used in dementia --
Anxiolytic and hypnotic drugs --
Drugs used in mood disorders --
Antipsychotics or neuroleptics --
Drugs used in Parkinson disease --
Antiepileptic drugs --
Narcotics (opiates) --
General anesthetics --
Local anesthetics --
Chemotherapeutic agents. Introduction to chemotherapy --
Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis --
Protein synthesis inhibitors --
Folate anatgonists --
Quinolones and urinary tract antiseptics --
Drugs used in tuberculosis and leprosy --
Antifungal drugs --
Anthelmintic drugs --
Antiviral drugs --
Antiprotozoal drugs --
Anticancer drugs --
Drugs that affect the endocrine system. Andrenocortical hormones --
Sex steroids --
Thyroid and parathyroid drugs --
Insulin, glucagon and oral hypoglycemic drugs --
Miscellaneous drugs. Histamine and antihistamines --
Respiratory drugs --
Drugs that affect the GI tract --
Nonnarcotic analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs --
Immunosuppressives --
Drugs used in osteoporosis --
Toxicology and poisoning.
Responsibility: Janet L. Stringer.

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