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Basic & clinical pharmacology / edited by Bertram G. Katzung, Susan B. Masters, Anthony J. Trevor.

Contributor(s): Katzung, Bertram G [editor.] | Masters, Susan B [editor.] | Trevor, Anthony J [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lange medical book.Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Meadical, 2012Edition: 12th ed., International ed.Description: xiii, 1229 p. : ill. (col.) ; 28 cm.ISBN: 1259009327; 9781259009327.Other title: Basic and clinical pharmacology | Pharmacology.Subject(s): Clinical pharmacology | Pharmacology | | Pharmacy September2015Genre/Form: -- Reading bookDDC classification: 615.1
Contents:
Section I. Basic principles -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Drug receptors & pharmacodynamics -- Chapter 3. Pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics: rational dosing & the time course of drug action -- Chapter 4. Drug biotransformation -- Chapter 5. Development & regulation of drugs -- Section II. Autonomic drugs -- Chapter 6. Introduction to autonomic pharmacology -- Chapter 7. Cholinoceptor-activating & cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs -- Chapter 8. Cholinoceptor-blocking drugs -- Chapter 9. Adrenoceptor agonists & sympathomimetic drugs -- Chapter 10. Adrenoceptor antagonist drugs -- Section III. Cardiovascular-renal drugs -- Chapter 11. Antihypertensive agents -- Chapter 12. Vasodilators & the treatment of angina pectoris -- Chapter 13. Drugs used in heart failure -- Chapter 14. Agents used in cardiac arrhythmias -- Chapter 15. Diuretic agents -- Section IV. Drugs with important actions on smooth muscle -- Chapter 16. Histamine, serotonin, & the ergot alkaloids -- Chapter 17. Vasoactive peptides -- Chapter 18. The eicosanoids: prostaglandins, thromboxanes, leukotrienes, & related compounds -- Chapter 19. Nitric oxide -- Chapter 20. Drugs used in asthma -- Section V. Drugs that act in the central nervous system -- Chapter 21. Introduction to the pharmacology of cns drugs -- Chapter 22. Sedative-hypnotic drugs -- Chapter 23. The alcohols -- Chapter 24. Antiseizure drugs -- Chapter 25. General anesthetics -- Chapter 26. Local anesthetics -- Chapter 27. Skeletal muscle relaxants -- Chapter 28. Pharmacologic management of parkinsonism & other movement disorders -- Chapter 29. Antipsychotic agents & lithium -- Chapter 30. Antidepressant agents -- Chapter 31. Opioid analgesics & antagonists -- Chapter 32. Drugs of abuse -- Section VI. Drugs used to treat diseases of the blood, inflammation, & gout -- Chapter 33. Agents used in anemias; hematopoietic growth factors -- Chapter 34. Drugs used in disorders of coagulation -- Chapter 35. Agents used in dyslipidemia -- Chapter 36. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs, nonopioid analgesics, & drugs used in gout -- Section VII. Endocrine drugs -- Chapter 37. Hypothalamic & pituitary hormones -- Chapter 38. Thyroid & antithyroid drugs -- Chapter 39. Adrenocorticosteroids & adrenocortical antagonists -- Chapter 40. The gonadal hormones & inhibitors -- Chapter 41. Pancreatic hormones & antidiabetic drugs -- Chapter 42. Agents that affect bone mineral homeostasis -- Section VIII. Chemotherapeutic drugs -- Overview. Chemotherapeutic drugs -- Chapter 43. Beta-lactam & other cell wall- & membrane-active antibiotics -- Chapter 44. Tetracyclines, macrolides, clindamycin, chloramphenicol, streptogramins, & oxazolidinones -- Chapter 45. Aminoglycosides & spectinomycin -- Chapter 46. Sulfonamides, trimethoprim, & quinolones -- Chapter 47. Antimycobacterial drugs -- Chapter 48. Antifungal agents -- Chapter 49. Antiviral agents -- Chapter 50. Miscellaneous antimicrobial agents; disinfectants, antiseptics, & sterilants -- Chapter 51. Clinical use of antimicrobial agents -- Chapter 52. Antiprotozoal drugs -- Chapter 53. Clinical pharmacology of the antihelminthic drugs -- Chapter 54. Cancer chemotherapy -- Chapter 55. Immunopharmacology -- Section IX. Toxicology -- Chapter 56. Introduction to toxicology: occupational & environmental -- Chapter 57. Heavy metal intoxication & chelators -- Chapter 58. Management of the poisoned patient -- Section X. Special topics -- Chapter 59. Special aspects of perinatal & pediatric pharmacology -- Chapter 60. Special aspects of geriatric pharmacology -- Chapter 61. Dermatologic pharmacology -- Chapter 62. Drugs used in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases -- Chapter 63. Therapeutic & toxic potential of over-the-counter agents -- Chapter 64. Dietary supplements & herbal medications* -- Chapter 65. Rational prescribing & prescription writing -- Chapter 66. Important drug interactions & their mechanisms -- Vaccines, immune globulins, & other complex biologic products -- Schedule of controlled drugs.
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Index : p. 1171-1229.

Previous editions copyright � 2010, 2009, 2007, 2004, 2001 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.; copyright � 1998, 1995, 1992, 1989, 1987 by Appleton & Lange; copyright � 1984, 1982 by Lange Medical Publications.

Includes bibliographical references.

Section I. Basic principles -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Drug receptors & pharmacodynamics -- Chapter 3. Pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics: rational dosing & the time course of drug action -- Chapter 4. Drug biotransformation -- Chapter 5. Development & regulation of drugs -- Section II. Autonomic drugs -- Chapter 6. Introduction to autonomic pharmacology -- Chapter 7. Cholinoceptor-activating & cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs -- Chapter 8. Cholinoceptor-blocking drugs -- Chapter 9. Adrenoceptor agonists & sympathomimetic drugs -- Chapter 10. Adrenoceptor antagonist drugs -- Section III. Cardiovascular-renal drugs -- Chapter 11. Antihypertensive agents -- Chapter 12. Vasodilators & the treatment of angina pectoris -- Chapter 13. Drugs used in heart failure -- Chapter 14. Agents used in cardiac arrhythmias -- Chapter 15. Diuretic agents -- Section IV. Drugs with important actions on smooth muscle -- Chapter 16. Histamine, serotonin, & the ergot alkaloids -- Chapter 17. Vasoactive peptides -- Chapter 18. The eicosanoids: prostaglandins, thromboxanes, leukotrienes, & related compounds -- Chapter 19. Nitric oxide -- Chapter 20. Drugs used in asthma -- Section V. Drugs that act in the central nervous system -- Chapter 21. Introduction to the pharmacology of cns drugs -- Chapter 22. Sedative-hypnotic drugs -- Chapter 23. The alcohols -- Chapter 24. Antiseizure drugs -- Chapter 25. General anesthetics -- Chapter 26. Local anesthetics -- Chapter 27. Skeletal muscle relaxants -- Chapter 28. Pharmacologic management of parkinsonism & other movement disorders -- Chapter 29. Antipsychotic agents & lithium -- Chapter 30. Antidepressant agents -- Chapter 31. Opioid analgesics & antagonists -- Chapter 32. Drugs of abuse -- Section VI. Drugs used to treat diseases of the blood, inflammation, & gout -- Chapter 33. Agents used in anemias; hematopoietic growth factors -- Chapter 34. Drugs used in disorders of coagulation -- Chapter 35. Agents used in dyslipidemia -- Chapter 36. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs, nonopioid analgesics, & drugs used in gout -- Section VII. Endocrine drugs -- Chapter 37. Hypothalamic & pituitary hormones -- Chapter 38. Thyroid & antithyroid drugs -- Chapter 39. Adrenocorticosteroids & adrenocortical antagonists -- Chapter 40. The gonadal hormones & inhibitors -- Chapter 41. Pancreatic hormones & antidiabetic drugs -- Chapter 42. Agents that affect bone mineral homeostasis -- Section VIII. Chemotherapeutic drugs -- Overview. Chemotherapeutic drugs -- Chapter 43. Beta-lactam & other cell wall- & membrane-active antibiotics -- Chapter 44. Tetracyclines, macrolides, clindamycin, chloramphenicol, streptogramins, & oxazolidinones -- Chapter 45. Aminoglycosides & spectinomycin -- Chapter 46. Sulfonamides, trimethoprim, & quinolones -- Chapter 47. Antimycobacterial drugs -- Chapter 48. Antifungal agents -- Chapter 49. Antiviral agents -- Chapter 50. Miscellaneous antimicrobial agents; disinfectants, antiseptics, & sterilants -- Chapter 51. Clinical use of antimicrobial agents -- Chapter 52. Antiprotozoal drugs -- Chapter 53. Clinical pharmacology of the antihelminthic drugs -- Chapter 54. Cancer chemotherapy -- Chapter 55. Immunopharmacology -- Section IX. Toxicology -- Chapter 56. Introduction to toxicology: occupational & environmental -- Chapter 57. Heavy metal intoxication & chelators -- Chapter 58. Management of the poisoned patient -- Section X. Special topics -- Chapter 59. Special aspects of perinatal & pediatric pharmacology -- Chapter 60. Special aspects of geriatric pharmacology -- Chapter 61. Dermatologic pharmacology -- Chapter 62. Drugs used in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases -- Chapter 63. Therapeutic & toxic potential of over-the-counter agents -- Chapter 64. Dietary supplements & herbal medications* -- Chapter 65. Rational prescribing & prescription writing -- Chapter 66. Important drug interactions & their mechanisms -- Vaccines, immune globulins, & other complex biologic products -- Schedule of controlled drugs.

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