Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice, Second Edition / Edition 2

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Overview

Learn the Essential Principles of Pharmacotherapy and Understand Their Clinical Application

Now in full color!

5 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW!

"This book covers more than 100 disease states using an easy-to-use format that includes structured learning objectives, key concepts, patient care and monitoring guidelines, up-to-date literature citations, tables, figures, text boxes, algorithms, a glossary of terms, and an online learning center....Although primarily for students, the book offers a concise review for general practitioners. There are more than 160 authors and 140 reviewers that contributed to this book and they represent the highest authority in the field."—Doody's Review Service

Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practices utilizes a solid, evidence-based approach that supports the optimal pharmacotherapy of disease. In order to be as clinically relevant as possible, the disease states and treatments discussed focus on disorders most often seen in practice. 98 diseaes-based chapters review etiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation, followed by clear therapeutic recommendations for drug selection, dosing, and patient monitoring. All chapters have been written by content experts and reviewed by authorities in their fields.

Features:

  • NEW full-color format
  • NEW chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and palliative care
  • Valuable learning aids, including
    • Structured learning objects
    • Key concepts
    • Patient care and monitoring guidelines
    • Up-to-date literature citations
    • Tables, figures, text boxes, and algorithms
    • A glossary of terms
    • An online learning center that includes self-assessment questions and answers
  • Laboratory values expressed as both conventional units and SI units
  • Appendices that include conversion factors and anthropometrics, common laboratory tests and their reference ranges, and common medical abbreviations
  • Patient encounter vignettes to develop critical-thinking skills and make the text more applicable to everyday patient care
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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Zina T. Saidi, Pharm.D.(Jeanes Hospital)
Description: This book covers more than 100 disease states using an easy-to-use format that includes structured learning objectives, key concepts, patient care and monitoring guidelines, up-to-date literature citations, tables, figures, text boxes, algorithms, a glossary of terms, and an online learning center. The previous edition was published in 2008.
Purpose: The purpose is to enhance student learning in required therapeutics courses. The structured style helps students understand the important concepts.
Audience: Although primarily for students, the book offers a concise review for general practitioners. More than 160 authors and 140 reviewers contributed to this book.
Features: "The book is organized into 17 sections and 102 chapters according to organ system. Chapters briefly cover disease epidemiology and etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation and diagnosis. Appendixes include common laboratory values (conventional and SI units) and medical measurements, as well as abbreviations and a glossary of medical terms. This book lacks a section or a chapter on pharmacogenomics and the future of personalized medicine, which might be important for students. "
Assessment: This second edition has a new full-color format, and new chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and palliative care.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Zina T. Saidi, Pharm.D. (Jeanes Hospital)
Description: This book covers more than 100 disease states using an easy-to-use format that includes structured learning objectives, key concepts, patient care and monitoring guidelines, up-to-date literature citations, tables, figures, text boxes, algorithms, a glossary of terms, and an online learning center. The previous edition was published in 2008.
Purpose: The purpose is to enhance student learning in required therapeutics courses. The structured style helps students understand the important concepts.
Audience: Although primarily for students, the book offers a concise review for general practitioners. More than 160 authors and 140 reviewers contributed to this book.
Features: The book is organized into 17 sections and 102 chapters according to organ system. Chapters briefly cover disease epidemiology and etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation and diagnosis. Appendixes include common laboratory values (conventional and SI units) and medical measurements, as well as abbreviations and a glossary of medical terms. This book lacks a section or a chapter on pharmacogenomics and the future of personalized medicine, which might be important for students.
Assessment: This second edition has a new full-color format, and new chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and palliative care.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Zina T. Saidi, Pharm.D.(Jeanes Hospital)
Description: This book covers more than 100 disease states using an easy-to-use format that includes structured learning objectives, key concepts, patient care and monitoring guidelines, up-to-date literature citations, tables, figures, text boxes, algorithms, a glossary of terms, and an online learning center. The previous edition was published in 2008.
Purpose: The purpose is to enhance student learning in required therapeutics courses. The structured style helps students understand the important concepts.
Audience: Although primarily for students, the book offers a concise review for general practitioners. More than 160 authors and 140 reviewers contributed to this book.
Features: The book is organized into 17 sections and 102 chapters according to organ system. Chapters briefly cover disease epidemiology and etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation and diagnosis. Appendixes include common laboratory values (conventional and SI units) and medical measurements, as well as abbreviations and a glossary of medical terms. This book lacks a section or a chapter on pharmacogenomics and the future of personalized medicine, which might be important for students.
Assessment: This second edition has a new full-color format, and new chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and palliative care.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071621809
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1904
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 2.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, PharmD, MPH, FCCP, FASHP

Professor and Head

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy

Tucson, AZ

Terry L. Schwinghammer, PharmD, FCCP, FASHP, BCPS

Professor and Chair

Department of Clinical Pharmacy

West Virginia University

School of Pharmacy

Morgantown, WV

Barbara G. Wells, PharmD, FASHP, FCCP, BCPP

Professor and Dean

Executive Director, Research Institute

of Pharmaceutical Sciences

School of Pharmacy

The University of Mississippi

Oxford, MS

Patrick M. Malone, PharmD, FASHP

Professor and Associate Dean, Internal Affairs

College of Pharmacy

The University of Findlay

Findlay, OH

Jill M. Kolesar, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP

Professor

University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

Director, 3P

Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory

University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive

Cancer Center

Madison, WI

Joseph T. DiPiro, PharmD, FCCP

Professor and Executive Dean

South Carolina College of Pharmacy

University of South Carolina, Columbia

Medical University of South Carolina

Charleston, SC

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Table of Contents

PART I BASIC CONCEPTS OF PHARMACOTHERAPY PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

1. Introduction by Jack E. Fincham

2. Geriatrics by Jeannie K. Lee, Damian M. Mendoza, M. JaneMohler, and Susan J. Morris

3. Pediatrics by Hanna Phan, Vinita B. Pai, Milap C. Nahata

4. Palliative Care by Marc A. Sweeney and Phyllis A. Grauer

PART II DISORDERS OF ORGAN SYSTEMS

SECTION 1 Cardiovascular Disorders

5. Hypertension by Robert J. Straka, David Parra, andKade T. Birkeland

6. Heart Failure by Orly Vardeny and Tien M.H. Ng

7. Ischemic Heart Disease by Larisa H. Cavallari and Robert J. DiDomenico

8. Acute Coronary Syndromes by Sarah A. Spinler and Simon de Denus

9. Arrhythmias by James E. Tisdale

10. Venous Thromboembolism by Edith A. Nutescu and Stuart T. Haines

11. Stroke by Susan R. Winkler

12. Dyslipidemias by Matthew K. Ito

13. Hypovolemic Shock by Bradley A. Boucher and G. Christopher Wood

SECTION 2 Respiratory Disorders

14. Asthma W. Greg Leader

15. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by Tara R. Whetsel and Nicole D. Verkleeren

16. Cystic Fibrosis by Kimberly J. Novak

SECTION 3 Gastrointestinal Disorders

17. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease by Dianne B. Williams and Marie A. Chisholm-Burns

18. Peptic Ulcer Disease by John W. Devlin

19. Inflammatory Bowel Disease by Brian A. Hemstreet

20. Nausea and Vomiting by Sheila Wilhelm

21. Constipation, Diarrhea, andIrritable Bowel Syndrome by Beverly C. Mims and Clarence E. Curry Jr.

22. Portal Hypertension and Cirrhosis by Laurajo Ryan

23. Pancreatitis by Joseph J. Kishel

24. Viral Hepatitis by Juliana Chan

SECTION 4 Renal Disorders

25. Acute Kidney Injury by Mary K. Stamatakis

26. Chronic and End-Stage Kidney Disease by Kristine S. Schonder

27. Fluids and Electrolytes by Mark A. Malesker and Lee E. Morrow

28. Acid–Base Disturbances by Lee E. Morrow and Mark A. Malesker

SECTION 5 Neurologic Disorders

29. Multiple Sclerosis by Melody Ryan

30. Epilepsy by Timothy E. Welty and Edward Faught

31. Status Epilepticus by Gretchen M. Brophy and Eljim P. Tesoro

32. Parkinson’s Disease by Mary L. Wagner

33. Pain Management by Christine K. O’Neil

34. Headache by Leigh Ann Ross and Brendan S. Ross

SECTION 6 Psychiatric Disorders

35. Alzheimer’s Disease by Megan J. Ehret, Gary M. Levin, and Toya M. Bowles

36. Substance-Related Disorders by Sally K. Guthrie and Theadia L. Carey

37. Schizophrenia by Deanna L. Kelly, Elaine Weiner, and Heidi J. Wehringby

38. Major Depressive Disorder by Cherry W. Jackson, Marshall E. Cates, and Jacqueline M. Feldman

39. Bipolar Disorder by Brian L. Crabtree and Martha J. Faulkner

40. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder,and Social Anxiety Disorder by Sheila Botts, Anna Lockwood, and Timothy Allen

41. Sleep Disorders by John M. Dopp and Bradley G. Phillips

42. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder by John Erramouspe and Kevin W. Cleveland

SECTION 7 Endocrinologic Disorders

43. Diabetes Mellitus by John T. Johnson, Susan Cornell, and William E. Wade

44. Thyroid Disorders by Michael D. Katz

45. Adrenal Gland Disorders by Devra K. Dang, Judy T. Chen, Frank Pucino Jr.,and Karim Anton Calis

46. Pituitary Gland Disorders by Judy T. Chen, Devra K. Dang, Frank Pucino Jr.,and Karim Anton Calis

SECTION 8 Gynecologic and Obstetric Disorders

47. Pregnancy and Lactation: TherapeuticConsiderations by Ema Ferreira, Évelyne Rey, and Caroline Morin

48. Contraception by Julia M. Koehler and Kathleen B. Haynes

49. Menstruation-Related Disorders by Elena M. Umland, Lara C. Weinstein, and Edward Buchanan

50. Hormone Therapy in Menopause by Nicole S. Culhane and Kelly R. Ragucci

SECTION 9 Urologic Disorders

51. Erectile Dysfunction by Cara Liday and Catherine Heyneman

52. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia by Mary Lee and Roohollah Sharifi

53. Urinary Incontinence and Pediatric Enuresis by David R.P. Guay

SECTION 10 Immunologic Disorders

54. Allergic and Pseudoallergic Drug Reactions by J. Russell May and Philip H. Smith

55. Solid Organ Transplantation by Steven Gabardi and Ali J. Olyaei

SECTION 11 Bone and Joint Disorders

56. Osteoporosis by Beth Bryles Phillips

57. Rheumatoid Arthritis by Susan P. Bruce

58. Osteoarthritis by Steven M. Smith, Benjamin J. Epstein, and John G. Gums

59. Gout and Hyperuricemia by Geoffrey C. Wall

60. Musculoskeletal Disorders by Jill S. Burkiewicz

SECTION 12 Disorders of the Eyes, Ears,Nose, and Throat

61. Glaucoma by Mikael D. Jones

62. Allergic Rhinitis by David A. Apgar

63. Ophthalmic Disorders by Kendra J. Grande

SECTION 13 Dermatologic Disorders

64. Psoriasis by Rebecca M.T. Law

65. Common Skin Disorders by Angie L. Goeser

SECTION 14 Hematologic Disorders

66. Anemia by Edward C. Li and James M. Hoffman

67. Coagulation and Platelet Disorders by Anastasia Rivkin

68. Sickle Cell Anemia by Tracy M. Hagemann and Teresa V. Lewis

SECTION 15 Diseases of Infectious Origin

69. Antimicrobial Regimen Selection by Catherine M. Oliphant and Karl Madaras-Kelly

70. Central Nervous System Infections by P. Brandon Bookstaver and April D. Miller

71. Lower Respiratory Tract Infections by Diane M. Cappelletty

72. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections by Heather VandenBussche

73. Skin and Soft Tissue Infections by Christie Nelson, Jaime R. Hornecker, and Randy Wesnitzer

74. Infective Endocarditis by Ronda L. Akins

75. Tuberculosis by by Charles A. Peloquin and Rocsanna Namdar

76. Gastrointestinal Infections by Elizabeth D. Hermsen and Ziba Jalali

77. Intra-Abdominal Infections by Joseph T. DiPiro and Thomas R. Howdieshell

78. Parasitic Diseases by J.V. Anandan

79. Urinary Tract Infections by Kathryn R. Matthias and Brian A. Potoski

80. Sexually Transmitted Infections by Marlon S. Honeywell and Michael D. Thompson

81. Osteomyelitis by Melinda M. Neuhauser and Susan L. Pendland

82. Sepsis and Septic Shock by S. Scott Sutton

83. Superficial Fungal Infections by Lauren S. Schlesselman

84. Invasive Fungal Infections by Russell E. Lewis and P. David Rogers

85. Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Surgery by Mary A. Ullman, Jeremy A. Schafer, and John C. Rotschafer

86. Vaccines and Toxoids by Marianne Billeter

87. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection by Amanda Corbett, Rosa Yeh, Julie Dumond, and Angela D.M. Kashuba

SECTION 16 Oncologic Disorders

88. Cancer Chemotherapy and Treatment by Dianne Brundage

89. Breast Cancer by Gerald Higa

90. Lung Cancer by Val Adams and Justin Balko

91. Colorectal Cancer by Patrick J. Medina

92. Prostate Cancer by Trevor McKibbin and Jill M. Kolesar

93. Malignant Lymphomas by Christopher Fausel and Patrick J. Kiel

94. Ovarian Cancer by Judith A. Smith

95. Acute Leukemia by Nancy Heideman

96. Chronic Leukemias and Multiple Myeloma by Amy M. Pick

97. Skin Cancer by Trinh Pham and Jennifer Nam Choi

98. Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation by Amber P. Lawson

99. Supportive Care in Oncology by Sarah L. Scarpace

SECTION 17 Nutrition and Nutritional Disorders

100. Parenteral Nutrition Michael D. Kraft and Imad F. Btaiche

101. Enteral Nutrition by Sarah J. Miller

102. Overweight and Obesity by Maqual R. Graham and Cameron C. Lindsey

Appendix A: Conversion Factors and Anthropometrics

Appendix B: Common Laboratory Tests

Appendix C: Common Medical Abbreviations

Appendix D: Glossary

Index

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