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Basic & Clinical Pharmacology

"Current. Comprehensive. Concise."

Basic and Clinical Pharmacology

Basic & Clinical Pharmacology
Editor: Bertram G. Katzung

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange; 8th edition (2000); 1217 pages

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Basic and Clinical Pharmacology is a best selling book that delivers the most current, complete, and authoritative pharmacology information to students and practitioners. All sections are updated with new drug information and references. New! Many new figures and diagrams, along with boxes of highlighted material explaining the "how and why" behind the facts.

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*Current. Comprehensive. Concise.
*The most current and authoritative information available

*Concise and thorough introduction to basic and clinical pharmacology

*All chapters rigorously updated with the latest drug information and references

*New chapter on botanicals (herbal medications) and nutritional supplements

*Features include special-interst boxes and lists of common preparations and dosage information

*More than 600 illustrations and tables

*Ideal pharmacology text for medical students and students in other health-related professions
*This well-respected and influential text is known for clarity, comrehensiveness, and student-friendly features
*Basic and clinical pharmacology from the most authoritative source

*Organized by drug groups and prototypes

*Mechanism of action and toxicities of traditional and newer drugs

*Treatment strategies and drugs of choice for all major diseases

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