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From the Publisher…This excellent book reviews not only those drugs for which chromatographic techniques have long been used, but also drugs for which therapeutic monitoring is newer (e.g., antiretroviral agents, immunosuppressive drugs, antineoplastic compounds, antidepressant drugs, analgesics, cardioactive drugs, and antibiotics). … Edited by a distinguished authority on therapeutic drug monitoring, this book should serve as both an invaluable reference for analytical toxicologists and a practical guide for laboratory physicians and scientists who are involved in the monitoring of therapeutic agents.
—From the Foreword, David N. Bailey, Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Dean of the School of Medicine, and Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, University of California, Irvine, USA
… a valuable reference for experienced clinical laboratory professionals, as well as an opportunity to inform a new generation of scientists and clinicians of the future potential and growing importance of clinical TDM.
—Michael Hodsdon in Future Science, May 2010, vol. 2, no. 5