This leading publication in psychopharmacology offers a wide range of articles that report on clinical trials and studies, side effects, drug interactions, overdose management, pharmacogenetics, pharmacokinetics, medico-legal issues, and psychiatric effects of non-psychiatric drugs. The Journal keeps psychiatrists and psychiatric residents up-to-date on the latest clinical developments in the psychotropics, presenting the extensive coverage needed to keep up with every development in this fast-growing field.
An individual subscription includes 6 print issues and full-text online access to all current and back issues.
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Lippincott's Illustrated Q&A Review of Pharmacology offers up-to-date, clinically relevant board-style questions—perfect for course review and board prep. 1,000 multiple-choice questions with detailed answer explanations cover frequently tested topics in pharmacology, including questions related to clinical topics and divided by body systems. The book features full-color illustrations and offers flexible study options with online access to the questions and answers on a companion website.
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Now you can study for course and USMLE exams on the run any time and anywhere with this audio version of Pharmacology Recall. With over 400 rapid-fire questions and answers in downloadable MP3 files, you can have this review tool available wherever you go to help you memorize the most crucial facts. Files can be used on any digital audio playback device. The questions and answers were developed by more than 20 MDs and medical students and reviewed by pharmacology experts.
Written for busy medical students and house officers, Pharmacology Recall minimizes the time spent reading and identifying important material and maximizes the time available for actual learning. Now you can have the print and audio versions together for even more convenient study. With rapid-fire questions and answers in downloadable MP3 files, you can use these files on any digital audio playback device, and they contain all the same content as the print version of Pharmacology Recall, Second Edition.
For over 40 years, Adverse Drug Reaction Bulletin has provided comprehensive coverage in the field of adverse drug reactions. Each issue contains an invited article on a topic of current interest, dealing with specific conditions from drug-induced lung disorders to drug-induced sexual dysfunction, or types of drugs from lipid-lowering agents to poisons antidotes. This bimonthly journal's articles are timely, succinct and fully referenced.
Clinical Neuropharmacology is the leading journal of reviews and original investigations in this field. The journal is devoted to the pharmacology of the nervous system in the broadest sense, with topics ranging from basic mechanisms of action, structure-activity relationships, drug metabolism, and pharmacokinetics, to such practical clinical problems as drug interactions, drug toxicity, and the therapeutics of specific syndromes or symptoms. Disorders often classified as psychiatric, as well as classical neurological disorders, are included.
Thoroughly updated for its Third Edition, this handbook provides complete, current, and easily accessible information on how psychotropic drugs interact with one another and with compounds used to treat non-psychiatric medical conditions. The book is organized for rapid reference, includes numerous tables, and offers guidelines for managing adverse effects.
The Third Edition includes an adverse drug effects table in the appendix section, tables on receptor binding and dosing, and the latest information on drugs of abuse and chemical dependence. This edition also includes drug-food interactions for each drug category and interactions of psychotropic drugs with HIV medications.
In today's pharmacy, technicians are increasingly taking on the dispensing functions previously performed by pharmacists. Part of the LWW Pharmacy Technician Education Series, this easy-to-read book prepares technicians for these responsibilities by helping them understand how drugs affect human function.
Focusing on classes of drugs, rather than individual drugs, the book highlights the general principles that apply to all drugs in each class—drug actions, indications, side effects, administration, plus practical information for the pharmacy workplace. Features include Tips for the Technician, case scenarios, and end-of-chapter review questions.
A bound-in CD-ROM and companion Website include chapter quizzes, worksheets, hands-on activities, animations, audio pronunciations, and a searchable online version of the text.
A Journal devoted to the rapid publication of research papers, brief review articles and short communications on genetic determinants in response to drugs and other chemicals in humans and animals. The Journal brings together papers from the entire spectrum of biomedical research and science, including biochemistry, bioinformatics, clinical pharmacology, clinical pharmacy, epidemiology, genetics, genomics, molecular biology, pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences, and toxicology. Under a single cover, the Journal provides a forum for all aspects of the genetics and genomics of host response to exogenous chemicals: from the gene to the clinic.
An individual subscription includes 12 print issues plus full-text online access to all current and back issues.
Visit the journal online at www.jpharmacogenetics.com