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HPLC and CE Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis

The complete, up-to-date library at the click of a mouse

This invaluable database gives you fast, easy access to more than 13,000 abstracts from the current literature on HPLC and capillary electrophoresis (CE). Incorporating the four-volume HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis plus the newly introduced Capillary Electrophoresis for Pharmaceutical Analysis, this CD-ROM features an extensive library of methods used in the analysis of most pharmaceutical compounds. It lists available HPLC techniques for more than 1,300 compounds and CE methods for more than 700 compounds, with a number of techniques described for each compound.

Detailed, precise information lets you replicate methods without having to refer to the original publications as well as customize methods for very specific needs. You can instantly locate basic compound information—molecular weight and formula, CAS number, and Merck index number—plus experimental conditions for each method. Complex and substructure searching capabilities let you search the entire database by compound, matrix, HPLC variables, and author—saving you countless hours of online or library research.

Minimum system requirements:
* IBM-compatible PC 486
* Win95 or higher
* CD-ROM drive
* 8MB RAM
* XXXMB free hard disk space

Visit us on the Internet: www.wiley.com

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Demetra D. Callas
This is a collection of procedures detailing multiple HPLC protocols for the top 200 drugs by number of prescriptions and the top 100 drugs by sales. The information is available on a CD-ROM that also incorporates a searchable database with numerous and extensive data fields. The purpose was to create a reference listing of HPLC analytical procedures for therapeutic drugs in biological fluids. There is currently no single source where such detailed and comprehensive information can be found. Laboratorians interested in developing HPLC methods for therapeutic drug monitoring (researchers and clinicians) will find this book very useful, saving them considerable time and effort. Each protocol is followed with pertinent and current references. By including all HPLC protocols for each drug, the authors provide an extensive bibliography. While this book is a large tome, it is well organized and easy to use because of the detailed table of contents in the beginning and the referencing indexes at the end of the volume. These include two cross-referencing indexes to the Merck Index and to Organic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis. Other indexes included are a name-monograph index, a molecular formula-drug name index, and a CAS registry number index. One of the best features of this volume is its availability in a CD-ROM format, which contains a searchable database with multiple fields of entry in addition to the indexes described, such as compound, retention time, matrix, author, column type, detector type, etc. This is a well organized volume that will save laboratorians a considerable amount of time and effort in searching for protocols and references to develop particular HPLC methods forpopular therapeutic drug monitoring. Furthermore, the CD-ROM allows for searches on fields such as retention time, matrix, detectors, etc., making this volume even more useful in laboratories with limited resources and particular requirements. Detailed yet condensed descriptions of procedures and extensive bibliographies give this book an encyclopedic appearance, complemented by the inclusion of cross-referencing indexes to other classic reference books. This is a much needed approach to cataloguing standard procedures for HPLC therapeutic drug monitoring methods. Users will certainly look forward to expanded and more extensive future editions where more therapeutic drugs will be covered.
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Reviewer: Demetra D. Callas, PhD (Loyola University Medical Center)
Description: This is a collection of procedures detailing multiple HPLC protocols for the top 200 drugs by number of prescriptions and the top 100 drugs by sales. The information is available on a CD-ROM that also incorporates a searchable database with numerous and extensive data fields.
Purpose: The purpose was to create a reference listing of HPLC analytical procedures for therapeutic drugs in biological fluids. There is currently no single source where such detailed and comprehensive information can be found.
Audience: Laboratorians interested in developing HPLC methods for therapeutic drug monitoring (researchers and clinicians) will find this book very useful, saving them considerable time and effort.
Features: Each protocol is followed with pertinent and current references. By including all HPLC protocols for each drug, the authors provide an extensive bibliography. While this book is a large tome, it is well organized and easy to use because of the detailed table of contents in the beginning and the referencing indexes at the end of the volume. These include two cross-referencing indexes to the Merck Index and to Organic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis. Other indexes included are a name-monograph index, a molecular formula-drug name index, and a CAS registry number index. One of the best features of this volume is its availability in a CD-ROM format, which contains a searchable database with multiple fields of entry in addition to the indexes described, such as compound, retention time, matrix, author, column type, detector type, etc.
Assessment: This is a well organized volume that will save laboratorians a considerable amount of time and effort in searching for protocols and references to develop particular HPLC methods for popular therapeutic drug monitoring. Furthermore, the CD-ROM allows for searches on fields such as retention time, matrix, detectors, etc., making this volume even more useful in laboratories with limited resources and particular requirements. Detailed yet condensed descriptions of procedures and extensive bibliographies give this book an encyclopedic appearance, complemented by the inclusion of cross-referencing indexes to other classic reference books. This is a much needed approach to cataloguing standard procedures for HPLC therapeutic drug monitoring methods. Users will certainly look forward to expanded and more extensive future editions where more therapeutic drugs will be covered.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471332565
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/7/2000
  • Edition description: Volumes 1-4
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 4
  • Product dimensions: 4.92 (w) x 5.67 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

GEORGE LUNN, PhD, a consultant and scientific writer, currently works as a review chemist for the Food and Drug Administration in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Dr. Lunn is coauthor of Handbook of Derivatization Reactions for HPLC and Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory (two editions), and the author of Capillary Electrophoresis Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis-all available from Wiley.

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Table of Contents

Preface.
About This Book.
 Acetaminophen.
Acyclovir.

Adiphenine.

Albuterol.
Alprazolam.
Alteplase.
Amitriptyline.
Amlodipine.
Amoxicillin.
Ampicillin.

Aspirin.
Astemizole.
Atenolol.

Atropine.
Azathioprine.
Azithromycin.

Beclomethasone Dipropionate.

Benazepril.
Betamethasone.
Bromocriptine.
Buspirone.

Butalbital.
Captopril.

Carbamazepine.
Carboplatin.

Carisoprodol.
Cefaclor.
Cefadroxil.
Cefixime.

Cefotaxime.

Cefprozil.
Ceftazidime.
Ceftriaxone.
Cefuroxime.
Cephalexin.
Cilastatin.
Cimetidine.
Ciprofloxacin.
Cisapride.
Clarithromycin.
ClavulanicAcid.
Clindamycin.
Clonazepam.
Clotrimazole.
Clozapine.

Codeine.
Cromolyn.
Cyclobenzaprine.
Cyclosporine.
Desogestrel.
Diazepam.
Diclofenac.

Dicyclomine.
Digoxin.
Diltiazem.

Doxazosin.
Doxycycline.
Enalapril.
Epoetin.

Erythromycin.
Estradiol.
Estrogens, Conjugated.
Ethinyl Estradiol.

Ethynodiol Diacetate.
Etodolac.

Etoposide.
Famotidine.
Finasteride.

Fluconazole.
Fluoxetine.
Flutamide.
Flovastatin.
Furosemide.
Gemfibrozil.
Glipizide.
Glyburide.
Goserelin.

Guaifenesin.
Hydrochlorothiazide.

Hydrocodone.
Hydrocortisone.
Ibuprofen.
Imipenem.

Indapamide.
Insulin.
Interferon.
Ipratropium Bromide.
Ketoconazole.

Ketoprofen.

Ketorolac.
Leuprolide.
Levothyroxine.
Lisinopril.
Loracarbef.

Loratadine.
Lorazepam.
Lovastatin.
MedroxyprogesteroneAcetate.

Methylphenidate.
Methylprednisolone.

Metoprolol.
Midazolam.

Mometasone Furoate.
Mupirocin.
Nabumetone.

Naproxen.
Neomycin.

Nifedipine.
Nitrofurantoin.
Nitroglycerin.
Nizatidine.
Norethindrone.

Norgestrel.
Nortriptyline.
Ofloxacin.
Omeprazole.

Ondansetron.
Oxaprozin.
Oxycodone.
Paclitaxel.
Penicillin V.
Pentoxifylline.
Phenylpropanolamine.
Phenytoin.
Piroxicam.
Polymyxin.
Pravastatin.
Prednisone.
Promethazine.
Propofol.

Propoxyphene.
Quinapril.

Ramipril.
Ranitidine.

Retinoicacid.
Salmeterol.
Scopolamine.
Sertraline.
Simvastatin.
Somatropin.
Sucralfate.
Sulbactam.
Sulfamethoxazole.
Sumatriptan.
Temazepam.
Terazosin.
Terbinafine.
Terconazole.
Terfenadine.
Tetracycline.
Theophylline.
Timolol.
Tramadol.

Triamcinolone.
Triamterene.

Trimethoprim.
Valproicacid.
Vancomycin.

Venlafaxine.
Verapamil.
Warfarin.
Zidovudine.
Zolpidem.

Name Index.
Molecular Formula Index.
CAS Registry Number Index.
Cross Reference to The Merck Index.
Cross Reference to The Orgainic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis.
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