Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists
Vydavatelství: Chapman and Hall
Rok vydání: 1993
Nárok na dopravu zdarma
Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists A basis for cIinical pharmacy practice
Russell J. Greene and Narman D. Harris
This book is' the first text with an integra ted approach 10 the pathophysiological and pharmacotherapeutic principles underlying the drug treatment of disease, based on many years of tea ch ing one of the pioneering undergraduate clinical courses in the UK.
Pathology and Therapeutics for Pharmacists shows how a knowledge of normal body function and how it becomes deranged leads to an understanding of disease, and to the rationale of therapeutic decision making. The text lead s through information on anatomy, physiology, pathology and aetiology to give an understanding of the diagnostic process. The use of medicine is thenplaced in context in relation 10 other forms of treatment. Most of the common serious diseases susceptible to drug treatment are covered, plus text on therapeutics, pathological processes (including immunopathology), pain control and infections. Medical terminology is also explained, enabling better communication between pharmacists and doctors and other health professionals.
The book will fulfil the long-felt need for a major reference to underpin Clinical Pharmacy teaching.
Russell Greene is a Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy and Norman Harris is Emeritus Reader in Phaqnaceutics, both at Chelsea Department of Pharmacy, King's College London, UK.