Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics / Edition 4

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For this major new edition, the presentation of the book has been enhanced by a new, larger page size and the addition of a second colour to make the text more readable and attractive. Colour photographs of clinical relevance have been added on eczema, psoriasis, pressure sores and leg ulcers. The text is referenced throughout, and each chapter includes an up-to-date bibliography. Written in a readable and attractive style, it provides a key text and reference book, in both primary and secondary care, for students and practitioners of clinical pharmacy, junior doctors and nurses, and other health care workers involved in medicines management.

Describes clinical disorders/promotes safe & effective use of drug therapy/incl. case studies highlighting applications

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Editorial Reviews

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‘...a unique and valuable support for all those involved or interested in drug therapy. This is a textbook that no university or pharmacy department, particularly those with employees studying at any level, and no pharmacist trying to develop their knowledge base should be without."

Dr Chris Green and John Sexton, The Pharmaceutical Journal

From customer reviews of the previous edition:

‘An essential textbook for final-year pharmacy students! … detailed chapters on all of the areas covered in the clinical modules. Topics range from chronic renal failure to ischaemic heart disease.’

‘The chapters introduce the topic and they discuss symptoms, causes, epidemiology and available drug treatment. At the end of each chapter there are some well-written case studies, with questions and answers to illustrate the topic of the chapter. These put the learning into practice and are very good reading for exam revision.’

‘… very readable and contains many illustrations, tables and graphs which aid your learning. It will also be a useful tool for the Pre-Reg year, especially for those entering Hospital Pharmacy. ‘

‘It is a great book, every pharmacist or those aspiring to be should have it in their book shelf.’ ‘For any pharmacy or medical student, this text is incredible. It's got a wealth of material, is easy to use and understand (without being simplistic), and does an excellent job of integrating the principles of clinical pharmacy and pharmacology. This is one textbook I would strongly recommend for pharmacy undergrads, medical students and anyone looking for a book to provide a solid foundation to their study of applied clinical pharmacology.’

‘As a clinical pharmacist I have found this text to be quite comprehensive in its approach to discussing patient pertinent therapeutic assessment and achieving desirable outcomes. …The case studies assist me to do my own assessment and reflect on my personal experiences. This would serve as a great tool both at the academic and practicing level.’

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780443102851
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/12/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 880
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. 1 General
1 Practical pharmacokinetics 3
2 Drug interactions 21
3 Adverse drug reactions 33
4 Laboratory data 47
5 Parenteral nutrition 67
6 Pharmacoeconomics 91
Sect. 2 Life stages
7 Neonates 101
8 Paediatrics 111
9 Geriatrics 127
Sect. 3 Therapeutics
10 Peptic ulcer disease 143
11 Inflammatory bowel disease 163
12 Constipation and diarrhoea 179
13 Adverse effects of drugs on the liver 193
14 Liver disease 209
15 Acute renal failure 229
16 Chronic renal failure 247
17 Hypertension 265
18 Coronary heart disease 279
19 Congestive heart failure 299
20 Cardiac arrhythmias 321
21 Thrombosis 339
22 Dyslipidaemia 353
23 Asthma 375
24 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 397
25 Drug-induced lung disease 413
26 Insomnia and anxiety 423
27 Affective disorders 439
28 Schizophrenia 455
29 Epilepsy 465
30 Parkinson's disease 483
31 Pain 495
32 Nausea and vomiting 509
33 Respiratory infections 519
34 Urinary tract infections 533
35 Gastrointestinal infections 543
36 Infective meningitis 555
37 Surgical antibiotic prophylaxis 569
38 Tuberculosis 583
39 HIV infection 597
40 Fungal infections 623
41 Thyroid and parathyroid disorders 639
42 Diabetes mellitus 657
43 Menstrual cycle disorders 679
44 Menopause and hormone replacement therapy 695
45 Drugs in pregnancy and lactation 707
46 Benign prostatic hyperplasia 717
47 Anaemia 725
48 Leukaemia 743
49 Lymphomas 759
50 Solid tumours 775
51 Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis 791
52 Gout and hyperuricaemia 813
53 Glaucoma 825
54 Drug-induced skin disorders 843
55 Eczema and psoriasis 853
56 Pressure sores and leg ulcers 871
Sect. 4 Appendices
App. 1: Medical abbreviations 889
App. 2: Glossary 897
App. 3 Changes to the names of certain medical substances 901
Index 905
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