Illustrated Pharmacology for Nurses (häftad)
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Lysa, Dr. Roy (ill.)
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Illustrated Pharmacology for Nurses

Häftad,  Engelska, 2006-01-01
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Drug therapy is an increasingly important element in the treatment of patients, and understanding how a drug works is essential for all nurses. Illustrated Pharmacology for Nurses is a fully comprehensive and beautifully illustrated textbook covering both the basic principles and the clinical aspects of pharmacology. The book provides clear and simple explanations of the way drugs act, looking at their effects and their use in a range of situations. Combining the basic and clinical aspects of pharmacology in one concise volume, it is an invaluable learning tool for nursing, biomedical and clinical science students.
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"The book has extremely strong diagrams and illustrations and is well laid out in terms of sections and subheadings." The Journal of Advanced Nursing

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Terje Simonsen MD, Specialist in Clinical Pharmacology & Chief Physician, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, University Hospital of Troms, Norway Jarle Aarbakke MD, Professor of Pharmacology, University of Troms, Specialist in Clinical Pharmacology, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, University Hospital of Troms, Norway. Currently Principal of the University of Troms, Norway Ian Kay PhD, Department of Biological Sciences, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK Iain Coleman PhD, Biomedical Sciences Division, School of Applied Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK Paul Sinnott RGN, BSc(Hons), Education and Development Practitioner, Division of Medicine (Acute Medicine), Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, UK Illustrated by Roy Lysaa DSc, Post Doc Pharmacology, Institute of Pharmacy, University of Troms, Norway


Section I: Drugs and their use 1. Drug development 2. Regulation and management of drg therapy and drug errors 3. Classification and nomenclature of drugs Section II: Factors affecting drug action 4. Pharmacodynamics of drugs 5. Pharmacokinetics of drugs 6. Administration of drugs and drug formulations 7. Adverse effects of drugs 8. Drug interactions 9. Individual variations in drug responses 10. Dosing of drugs Section III: Pharmacology of organ systems 11. Structure and function of the nervous system 12. Drugs used in neurological disorders 13. Drugs used in psychiatric disorders 14. Drugs with central and peripheral analgesic effect 15. Drugs used in inflammatory and autoimmune joint diseases 16. Antimicrobial drugs 17. Drugs used in the treatment of diseases of the heart and circulatory system 18. Drugs used in diseases of the pulmonary system 19. Drugs used in gastrointestinal diseases 20. Drugs used in treating diseases of the blood 21. Drugs used in endocrinological disorders 22. Drugs used in allergy, for immune suppression and in cancer treatment 23. Drugs used in treating diseases of the urinary tract 24. Drugs used in treating diseases of the skin 25. Drugs in anaesthesia Section IV: Drug use in special situations 26. The use of drugs during pregnancy and the breastfeeding period 27. Children and drugs 28. The elderly and drugs 29. Drugs of abuse 30. Poisoning