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Includes further reading and multiple choice questions
"Integrated Pharmacology, 2nd Edition" takes a unique approach to pharmacology, considering drugs in the context of the diseases they are used to treat - all within a body system framework. Drug action is clearly explained at the molecular, cellular, tissue, and organ levels. The basic principles underlying pharmacology are presented, providing a strong foundation for the system-based chapters that follow. Each body system chapter addresses the common diseases affecting a system before comprehensively discussing the drug classes and specific drugs used to treat the diseases. A superb, full-color illustration program helps the reader understand the complex ways in which modern drugs are used to treat diseases.
Introduction. Drug Names and Classification Systems. General Principles of Drug Action. Factors Influencing the Action of Drugs. Pharmacodynamics. Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance. Regulation of Drug Use. Drugs Acting on Viruses. Drug Acting on Bacteria. Drug Acting on Fungi. Drug Acting on Parasites. Drugs Acting in Disease. Drugs Acting on Neoplasms. Drugs and Blood. Drugs and the Nervous System. Drugs and Endocrine and Metabolic Systems. Drugs Affecting the Inflammatory Response. Drugs and the Renal System. Drugs and the Cardiovascular System. Drugs and the Respiratory System. Drugs and the Musculoskeletal System. Drugs and the Gastrointestinal System. Drugs and the Genitourinary System. Drugs and the Skin. Drugs and the Eye. Drugs and the Ear. Drugs in Anaesthesia and Critical Care. Drugs Used in Disorders of Nutrition. Drugs and Dentistry. Toxins and Poisons. Herbs.
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