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Clinical Pharmacology

Clinical Pharmacology

Publisher Teton NewMedia
Year 01/03/2001
Pages 150
Version paperback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781893441378
Categories Veterinary medicine: infectious diseases & therapeutics
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Book description

This book presents the basic principles of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics with emphasis on their clinical importance. It introduces clinically relevant pharmacologic agents used in small and large animal practice and includes an overview of key concepts in pharmacology including basic principles of pharmacodynamics, physiological uptake and nervous system perception. Various types of drugs are discussed including tranquilizers, sedatives, and opiods. Pharmacologic effects side effects, drugs interaction and species differences are illustrated with emphasis on figures, charts and diagrams. The text is primarily intended for vet students, tech students, and animal science students taking their first clinical pharmacology course, but it will also be useful for residents and interns for board review, veterinary technicians as well as practicing veterinarians for a quick reference. Published by Teton New Media in the USA and distributed by CRC Press outside of North America.

Clinical Pharmacology

Table of contents


Chapter 1.
Basic Pharmacology: Drug Absorption
Chapter 2.
Basic Pharmacology: Drug Distribution
Chapter 3.
Basic Pharmacology: Drug Elimination and Metabolism
Chapter 4.
Basic Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics I
Chapter 5.
Basic Pharmacology: Pharmacokinetics II
Chapter 6.
Basic Pharmacology: Pharmacodynamics
Chapter 7.
Autonomic Nervous System: Introduction
Chapter 8.
Autonomic Nervous System: Cholinergic Pharmacology
Chapter 9.
Autonomic Nervous System: Adrenergic Pharmacology: Agonists
Chapter 10.
Autonomic Nervous System: Adrenergic Pharmacology: Antagonists
Chapter 11.
Local Anesthetics
Chapter 12.
Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
Chapter 13.
Cardiovascular Drugs: Ionotropic Agents
Chapter 14.
Cardiovascular Drugs: Vasodilators I
Chapter 15.
Cardiovascular Drugs: Vasodilators II
Chapter 16.
Cardiovascular Drugs: Antiarrhythmics I
Chapter 17.
Cardiovascular Drugs: Antiarrhythmics II
Chapter 18.
Ocular Pharmacology I
Chapter 19.
Ocular Pharmacology II
Chapter 20.
Control of Micturition
Chapter 21.
Respiratory Drugs I
Chapter 22.
Respiratory Drugs II
Chapter 23.
Diuretics I
Chapter 24.
Diuretics II
Chapter 25.
Inhalant Anesthetics
Chapter 26.
Injectable Anesthetics I
Chapter 27.
Injectable Anesthetics II
Chapter 28.
Tranquilizers and Sedatives I
Chapter 29.
Tranquilizers and Sedatives II
Chapter 30.
Chapter 31.
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Agents I: General Pharmacology
Chapter 32.
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Agents II: Therapeutic Agents
Chapter 33.
Anticonvulsant Therapy
Chapter 34.
Behavioral Pharmacology I
Chapter 35.
Behavioral Pharmacology II
Chapter 36.
Antibiotics: General Principles of Use
Chapter 37.
Antibiotics: Drugs that Inhibit Cell Wall Synthesis I
Chapter 38.
Antibiotics: Drugs that Inhibit Cell Wall Synthesis II
Chapter 39.
Antibiotics: Drugs that Interfere with DNA Metabolism
Chapter 40.
Antibiotics: Drugs that Inhibit Protein Synthesis I
Chapter 41.
Antibiotics: Drugs that Inhibit Protein Synthesis II
Chapter 42.
Antifungal Agents
Chapter 43.
Antiprotozoal Agents
Chapter 44.
Antiparasitic Drugs: Endoparasites I
Chapter 45.
Antiparasitic Drugs: Endoparasites II
Chapter 46.
Antiparasitic Drugs: Ectoparasites I
Chapter 47.
Antiparasitic Drugs: Ectoparasites II
Chapter 48.
Antineoplastic Agents I: Alkylating Agents,
Antimetabolites, and Mitotic Inhibitors
Chapter 49.
Antineoplastic Agents II: Antibiotics, Enzymes,
Platinum Compounds, and Miscellaneous
Chapter 50.
Gastrointestinal Drugs: Drugs Controlling Emesis
Chapter 51.
Gastrointestinal Drugs: Drugs that Inhibit Gastric
Acid Secretion
Chapter 52.
Gastrointestinal Drugs: Cytoprotective and
Anti-inflammatory Agents
Chapter 53.
Gastrointestinal Drugs: Drugs Affecting Motility
Chapter 54.
Gastrointestinal Drugs: Laxatives and Cathartics
Chapter 55.
Endocrine: Pituitary and Reproductive Hormones
Chapter 56.
Endocrine: Thyroid Drugs
Chapter 57.
Endocrine: Drugs Affecting Glucose Metabolism
Chapter 58.
Endocrine: Mineralocorticoids and Adrenolytic Drugs
Chapter 59.
Endocrine: Corticosteroids
Chapter 60.
Endocrine: Antidiuretic Hormone, Growth Hormone,
and Miscellaneous Steroids
Chapter 61.
Immunosuppressive Drugs
Chapter 62.
Drugs Acting on Blood Elements
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