Anesthetic Pharmacology: Physiologic Principles and Clinical Practice / Edition 1by Alex S. Evers, Mervyn Maze
Pub. Date: 01/02/2004
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Here's the book that Anesthesiology called "a valuable reference irrespective of level of training or experience." This beautifully illustrated, full-color text offers more in-depth coverage of pharmacology and physiology, especially at the molecular level. This resource is perfect for board preparation, recertification, or for use by clinicians wanting to enhance… See more details below
Here's the book that Anesthesiology called "a valuable reference irrespective of level of training or experience." This beautifully illustrated, full-color text offers more in-depth coverage of pharmacology and physiology, especially at the molecular level. This resource is perfect for board preparation, recertification, or for use by clinicians wanting to enhance their understanding of the mechanisms of drug action and find a framework from which they can approach the use of new drugs in practice.
• Offers more in-depth coverage of physiology than other texts of its kind.
• Examines the molecular biology of drugs and organ systems.
• Covers the mechanisms of drug action for the latest anesthetic drugs as well as all other drugs that anesthesiologists encounter in practice.
• Features comprehensive information on drug interactions.
• Complements the text with full-color figures that make every concept crystal clear.
• Serves as a perfect resource for board preparation, recertification, or daily clinical use.
• Provides a conceptual framework from which clinicians can approach the use of new drugs in practice.
• Includes outstanding chapters on Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Principles of Drug Action, Signal Transduction Mechanisms, Motor Function, GI/Liver Physiology, Neuroprotective Agents, and Immunosuppressants.
- Elsevier Health Sciences
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- Older Edition
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- 8.90(w) x 11.20(h) x 2.10(d)
Table of Contents
PRINCIPLES OF DRUG ACTION
1. Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Principles of Drug Action
2. Signal Transduction Mechanisms: Receptor-Effector Coupling
3. Signal Transduction Mechanisms: Ion Channels
4. Principles of Drug Biotransformation
5. Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics of Drug Action
6. Common Pharmacodynamic Drug Interactions in Anesthetic Practice
PHYSIOLOGIC SUBSTRATES OF DRUG ACTION
8. The Generation and Propagation of Action Potentials
9. Synaptic Transmission
10. Neuromuscular Function
11. Sensory Processing: Peripheral Nociceptors
12. Sensory Processing: Primary Afferent Neuron/DRG
13. Sensory Processing: Spinal Cord
14. Autonomic Function
15. Neural Substrates for Behavior; Consciousness
16. Neural Substrates for Behavior; Pain
17. Cardiac Rhythm
18. Myocardial Performance
19. Vascular Reactivity
20. Lung Function: Ventilation, Oxygenation, Regulation
21. Renal Physiology
22. Liver Physiology
PHARMACOLOGIC BASIS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE
23. Inhalation Anesthetics
24. Intravenous Anesthetics: Barbiturates, Etomidate, Propofol, Ketamine, Steroids
25. Sedatives, Anxiolytics and Amnestics:
26. Analgesics: NSAIDs
27. Analgesics: Receptor Ligands and Opiate Narcotics
28. Analgesics: Receptor Ligands, Alpha-2 Adrenergic Receptor Agonists
29. Analagesics: Cannabinoids
30. Analgesics: Ion Channel Ligands/, Sodium Channel
31. Anticonvulsant Drugs
32. Neuroprotective Agents
33. Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
34. Sympathomimetics, Sympatholytic Drugs, Parasympathomimetics and Parasympatholytic Drugs
35. Antiarrhythmic Agents
36. Agents Used to Treat Myocardial Ischemia
37. Cardiovascular Pharmacology of Positive Inotropic Drugs
38. Myocardial Protection
40. Bronchodilators, Corticosteroids and Anti-inflammatory Agents
41. Pulmonary Vasodilators
43. Electrolytes, Solutions, and Colloids
44. Antimotility and Antisecretory Agents
46. Nutritional Supplements
47. Hypothalamic Pituitary-Adrenal Axis
49. Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism
50. Antimicrobial Therapy
51. Chemotherapeutic Agents
52. Red Blood Cell Substitutes
53. Agents Affecting Coagulation and Platelet Function
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