Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Dentistry / Edition 4by John A. Yagiela, Frank J. Dowd, Enid A. Neidle, Frank J. Dowd
Pub. Date: 12/01/1997
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This comprehensive resource covers the entire spectrum of pharmacology for dental students and practitioners from the basic principles of drugs and their actions on the body to detailed clinical applications of drugs in dental treatment. Special attention is given to drugs that are used in dentistry, such as antibiotics for the treatment and prophylaxis of acute
This comprehensive resource covers the entire spectrum of pharmacology for dental students and practitioners from the basic principles of drugs and their actions on the body to detailed clinical applications of drugs in dental treatment. Special attention is given to drugs that are used in dentistry, such as antibiotics for the treatment and prophylaxis of acute infection or treatment of periodontal disease and anesthetic and analgesic agents for the management of pain. Every chapter ends with vital information on "Dental Implications," even for drugs that are not directly dental-related.
* All chapters include updated, revised lists of pertinent drugs virtually every FDA-approved drug that is currently used.
• Offers crucial information on emergency preparedness and which drugs should be included in a medical-emergency kit.
• Includes a "Drug Interactions in Clinical Dentistry" appendix and a helpful "Glossary of Abbreviations."
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- 8.50(w) x 10.98(h) x (d)
Table of Contents
Section One: Principles Of Pharmacology 1. Pharmacodynamics: mechanisms of drug action 2. Pharmacokinetics: the absorption, distribution and fate of drugs 3. Pharmacotherapeutics: the clinical use of drugs 4. General mechanisms of drug interactions Section Two: Pharmacology Of Specific Drug Groups 5. Introduction to autonomic nervous system drugs 6. Adrenergic drugs 7. Adrenergic blocking drugs 8. Cholinergic drugs 9. Antimuscarinic drugs 10. Agents affecting ganglionic and neuromuscular transmission 11. Introduction to central nervous systems drugs 12. Psychopharmacology: antipsychotics and antidepressants 13. Antianxiety drugs and centrally acting muscle relaxants 14. Sedative-hypnotics and central nervous system stimulants 15. Anticonvulsants 16. Antiparkinson agents 17. Local anesthetics 18. Principles of general anesthesia 19. Agents used in general anesthesia, deep sedation, and conscious sedation 20. Opioid analgesics and antagonists 21. Peripherally acting (nonlipid) analgesics 22. Antiinflammatory drugs 23. Histamine and histamine antagonists 24. Introduction to cardiovascular pharmacology: antiarrhythmic drugs 25. Cardiac glycosides and other drugs used in heart failure 26. Antianginal drugs 27. Diuretic drugs 28. Antihypertensive drugs 29. Lipid-lowering drugs 30. Antianemic drugs 31. Hemostasis, homostatics, and anticoagulants 32. Drugs acting on the respiratory system 33. Drugs acting on the gastrointestinal tract 34. Hormones of hemostasis 35. Hormones of reproduction and sexual development 36. Principles and mechanisms of antibiotic therapy 37. Antibacterial antibiotics 38. Antifungal and antiviral agents 39. Immunotherapy 40. Antineoplastic drugs 41. Aliphatic alcohols 42. Anticaries agents 43. Antiplaque/antigingivitis agents 44. Antiseptics and disinfectants Section Three: Special Subjects In Pharmacology And Therapeutics 45. Management of pain 46. Management of anxiety 47. Antimicrobial agents in the prevention and treatment of infection 48. Treatment of oral complications of cancer therapy 49. Drug abuse 50. Toxicology 51. Geriatric pharmacology 52. Drugs for medical emergencies 53. Prescription writing and drug regulations Appendix I. Drug interactions in clinical dentistry Appendix II. Glossary of abbreviations
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