Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach / Edition 7

Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach / Edition 7

by Terry L. Schwinghammer
     
 

Pharmacotherapy Casebook is the perfect working tool to help students develop the essential skills required to identify and resolve drug therapy problems. Using a consistent, problem-solving approach, this new edition helps readers enhance their pharmacotherapeutic skills.

The authors include updated and revised patient cases involving 145 disease states.

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Overview

Pharmacotherapy Casebook is the perfect working tool to help students develop the essential skills required to identify and resolve drug therapy problems. Using a consistent, problem-solving approach, this new edition helps readers enhance their pharmacotherapeutic skills.

The authors include updated and revised patient cases involving 145 disease states. Sixteen new disease states have been added to this edition, along with a new chapter on Pharmaceutical Care Plans. Each case includes a realistic patient presentation with medical history, physical examination, and laboratory data followed by a series of questions employing a systematic, problem-solving approach. By using these “real world” cases to practice creating, defending, and implementing pharmaceutical care plans, students can develop the skills necessary to make the critical decisions required in their practice.

Organized into organ system sections that correspond to Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 5e, this authoritative casebook is an outstanding learning tool for educational programs. It is also a valuable resource for independent study and staff development.

FEATURES:
* Draws upon the expertise of 170 authors from across the U.S. and Canada
* Presents an individualized therapeutic approach to disease state management
* Employs a consistent problem-solving approach that provides practice in creating, defending, and implementing pharmaceutical care plans
* Provides three levels of case complexity that correspond to different experience levels of students
* Contains Appendices with reference ranges for common laboratory tests, common medical abbreviations, and sample responses to case questions
* NEW TO THIS EDITION: Each case has been revised and 16 completely new disease states have been added; includes cases and a separate section that contain questions related to herbal therapies.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071488358
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
07/09/2008
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1Introduction : how to use this casebook1
Ch. 2Active learning strategies9
Ch. 3Case studies in patient communication13
Ch. 4Care planning : a component of the patient care process25
Ch. 5Documentation of pharmacist interventions33
Ch. 6Cardiopulmonary resuscitation39
Ch. 7Hypertension42
Ch. 8Obstructive sleep apnea and hypertension45
Ch. 9Hypertensive urgency/emergency47
Ch. 10Heart failure49
Ch. 11Ischemic heart disease and acute coronary syndrome53
Ch. 12Acute myocardial infarction56
Ch. 13Ventricular tachycardia58
Ch. 14Atrial fibrillation61
Ch. 15Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy63
Ch. 16Deep vein thrombosis65
Ch. 17Pulmonary embolism68
Ch. 18Chronic anticoagulation72
Ch. 19Ischemic stroke74
Ch. 20Hyperlipidemia : primary prevention76
Ch. 21Hyperlipidemia : secondary prevention79
Ch. 22Peripheral vascular disease81
Ch. 23Hypovolemic shock83
Ch. 24Acute asthma87
Ch. 25Chronic asthma90
Ch. 26Chronic obstructive lung disease93
Ch. 27Cystic fibrosis95
Ch. 28Gastroesophageal reflux disease99
Ch. 29Peptic ulcer disease102
Ch. 30NSAID-induced ulcer disease104
Ch. 31Stress ulcer prophylaxis/upper GI hemorrhage106
Ch. 32Crohn's disease109
Ch. 33Ulcerative colitis111
Ch. 34Nausea and vomiting114
Ch. 35Diarrhea116
Ch. 36Irritable bowel syndrome118
Ch. 37Pediatric gastroenteritis120
Ch. 38Constipation122
Ch. 39Ascites management in portal hypertension and cirrhosis124
Ch. 40Esophageal varices126
Ch. 41Hepatic encephalopathy128
Ch. 42Acute pancreatitis130
Ch. 43Chronic pancreatitis133
Ch. 44Viral hepatitis A vaccination135
Ch. 45Viral hepatitis B137
Ch. 46Viral hepatitis C139
Ch. 47Drug-induced acute renal failure143
Ch. 48Acute renal failure145
Ch. 49Progressive renal disease147
Ch. 50End-stage renal disease149
Ch. 51Chronic glomerulonephritis151
Ch. 52Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone release154
Ch. 53Hyperkalemia, hyperphosphatemia, and hypercalcemia156
Ch. 54Hypercalcemia of malignancy158
Ch. 55Hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia161
Ch. 56Metabolic acidosis163
Ch. 57Metabolic alkalosis165
Ch. 58Multiple sclerosis169
Ch. 59Complex partial seizures171
Ch. 60Generalized tonic-clonic seizures173
Ch. 61Status epilepticus175
Ch. 62Acute management of the brain injury patient177
Ch. 63Parkinson's disease179
Ch. 64Pain management181
Ch. 65Headache disorders184
Ch. 66Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder187
Ch. 67Eating disorders : anorexia nervosa189
Ch. 68Alzheimer's disease191
Ch. 69Alcohol withdrawal193
Ch. 70Nicotine dependence195
Ch. 71Schizophrenia197
Ch. 72Major depression200
Ch. 73Bipolar disorder202
Ch. 74Generalized anxiety disorder205
Ch. 75Obsessive-compulsive disorder208
Ch. 76Insomnia210
Ch. 77Type 1 diabetes mellitus and ketoacidosis213
Ch. 78Type 2 diabetes mellitus : new onset216
Ch. 79Type 2 diabetes mellitus : existing disease218
Ch. 80Hyperthyroidism : graves' disease221
Ch. 81Hypothyroidism223
Ch. 82Cushing's syndrome225
Ch. 83Addison's disease227
Ch. 84Hyperprolactinemia228
Ch. 85Contraception231
Ch. 86Premenstrual dysphoric disorder233
Ch. 87Managing menopausal symptoms236
Ch. 88Erectile dysfunction239
Ch. 89Benign prostatic hyperplasia241
Ch. 90Neurogenic bladder & urinary incontinence244
Ch. 91Systemic lupus erythematosus247
Ch. 92Solid organ transplantation249
Ch. 93Osteoporosis253
Ch. 94Rheumatoid arthritis255
Ch. 95Osteoarthritis257
Ch. 96Gout and hyperuricemia260
Ch. 97Glaucoma263
Ch. 98Allergic rhinitis265
Ch. 99Acne vulgaris269
Ch. 100Psoriasis271
Ch. 101Atopic dermatitis273
Ch. 102Cutaneous reaction to drugs275
Ch. 103Iron deficiency anemia277
Ch. 104Vitamin B[subscript 12] deficiency280
Ch. 105Folic acid deficiency282
Ch. 106Sickle cell anemia284
Ch. 107Using laboratory tests in infectious disease289
Ch. 108Bacterial meningitis291
Ch. 109Pediatric cough illness/acute bronchitis293
Ch. 110Prevention and treatment of influenza295
Ch. 111Community-acquired pneumonia297
Ch. 112Otitis media300
Ch. 113Streptococcal pharyngitis301
Ch. 114Rhinosinusitis303
Ch. 115Pressure sores304
Ch. 116Diabetic foot infection307
Ch. 117Infective endocarditis309
Ch. 118Pulmonary tuberculosis311
Ch. 119Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea314
Ch. 120Intra-abdominal infection316
Ch. 121Lower urinary tract infection318
Ch. 122Acute pyelonephritis320
Ch. 123Pelvic inflammatory disease and other sexually-transmitted diseases324
Ch. 124Syphilis327
Ch. 125Genital herpes and chlamydial infections328
Ch. 126Osteomyelitis and septic arthritis330
Ch. 127Gram-negative sepsis333
Ch. 128Dermatophytosis335
Ch. 129Bacterial vaginosis337
Ch. 130Candida vaginitis339
Ch. 131Systemic fungal infection341
Ch. 132Infections in immunocompromised patients344
Ch. 133Antimicrobial prophylaxis for surgery346
Ch. 134Pediatric immunization348
Ch. 135Adult immunization350
Ch. 136Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis352
Ch. 137HIV infection354
Ch. 138HIV and hepatitis C coinfection357
Ch. 139Breast cancer361
Ch. 140Non-small cell lung cancer364
Ch. 141Colon cancer367
Ch. 142Prostate cancer369
Ch. 143Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma371
Ch. 144Hodgkin's disease373
Ch. 145Ovarian cancer376
Ch. 146Acute lymphocytic leukemia378
Ch. 147Chronic myelogenous leukemia382
Ch. 148Melanoma384
Ch. 149Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation386
Ch. 150Parenteral nutrition391
Ch. 151Adult enteral nutrition394
Ch. 152Obesity397
Ch. 153Chemical exposure401

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