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Pharmacology for Health Professionals

"Most up-to-date pharmacology text written specifically for Australian and New Zealand students"

 
Pharmacology for Health Professionals

Pharmacology for Health Professionals
Authors : Bronwen Bryant, Kathleen Knights

Publisher: Mosby; December 2002; 806 pages

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Pharmacology for Health Professionals is the most up-to-date pharmacology text written specifically for Australian and New Zealand students. The regional nature of pharmacology practice means a locally produced text is essential, and within this comprehensive text the authors address many local issues including scheduling procedures, legal and ethical matters, and generic drug names. Pharmacology for Health Professionals is designed to meet the needs of students studying pharmacology as part of a health science qualification, the text takes a multidisciplinary approach throughout. Organisation is by body system, and by key drugs within each body system.

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Bronwen Bryant teaches on the Podiatry course at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia - this makes the book particularly relevant to podiatric students and clinicians

 

Features of Pharmacology for Health Professionals

* each chapter commences with a Chapter Focus, Objectives, Key Terms and Key Abbreviations
* each pharmacology chapter starts with Key Drugs addressed in that chapter
* each section contains a review of the relevant anatomy and physiology
* key Drug Monographs clearly highlighted
* Review Questions and References in each chapter together with Key Points summary
* Clinical Interest boxes discuss new drug research, complementary and alternative medicines, and indigenous medications
* New Zealand Special Interest boxes included where New Zealand specific information is addressed
* Pregnancy Safety, Geriatric Implications and Paediatric Implications boxes included throughout text as appropriate
* drug overdose issues included in text as appropriate
* comprehensive index
* over 100 illustrations and diagrams


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