Evolve Resources for Pharmacology for Health Professionals Workbook

Evolve Resources for Pharmacology for Health Professionals Workbook

By Kathleen Knights, BSc (Hons), PhD, Grad Cert Tertiary Education and John O. Miners, BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc, Hon FRSNZ, FAA

Pharmacology for Health Professionals Workbook is an essential resource for students to master fundamental pharmacology principles and concepts.

Available accompanying evolve resources include answers to all workbook activities.

Chapter 1 Drugs and medicines Chapter 2 Pharmacotherapy: Clinical use of drugs Chapter 3 Over-the-counter drugs and complementary therapies Chapter 4 Legal and ethical foundations of pharmacotherapy Chapter 5 Molecular aspects of drug action and pharmacodynamics Chapter 6 Drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion Chapter 7 Pharmacogenetics Chapter 8 Pharmacokinetics and dosing regimens Chapter 9 Individual and lifespan aspects of drug therapy Chapter 10 Adverse drug reactions and drug interactions Chapter 11 Overview of the autonomic nervous system and drugs affecting cholinergic transmission Chapter 12 Overview of the sympathetic nervous system and drugs affecting noradrenergic transmission Chapter 13 Overview of the somatic nervous system and drugs affecting neuromuscular system Chapter 14 Central nervous system overview and anaesthetics Chapter 15 Analgesics Chapter 16 Antianxiety, sedative and hypnotic drugs Chapter 17 Antiepileptic drugs Chapter 18 Psychotropic agents Chapter 19 Central nervous system stimulants Chapter 20 Drugs for neurodegenerative disorders and headache Chapter 21 Drug dependence and social pharmacology Chapter 22 Overview of the heart and drugs affecting cardiac function Chapter 23 Drugs affecting vascular smooth muscle Chapter 24 Lipid-lowering drugs Chapter 25 Drugs affecting the kidney and bladder Chapter 26 Drugs affecting thrombosis and haemostasis Chapter 27 Drugs affecting the haemopoietic system Chapter 28 Drugs used in respiratory disorders Chapter 29 Drugs affecting the upper gastrointestinal tract Chapter 30 Drugs affecting the lower gastrointestinal tract Chapter 31 Drugs affecting the eye Chapter 32 Drugs affecting the hearing, taste and smell Chapter 33 The neuroendocrine system and pituitary gland Chapter 34 The thyroid gland and antithyroid drugs Chapter 35 Pharmacology of the adrenal cortex Chapter 36 The endocrine pancreas and management of diabetes mellitus Chapter 37 Pharmacology of the parathyroid glands and bone Chapter 38 Drugs affecting the female reproductive system Chapter 39 Drugs affecting the male reproductive system Chapter 40 Drugs affecting fertility or sexual functioning Chapter 41 Neoplasia and treatment of cancers Chapter 42 Antineoplastic agents and adjuncts Chapter 43 Overview of antimicrobial chemotherapy and antibiotic resistance Chapter 44 Antibacterial drugs Chapter 45 Antifungal and antiviral drugs Chapter 46 Antiprotozoal, antimycobacterial and anthelmintic drugs Chapter 47 Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating drugs Chapter 48 Drugs affecting the skin Chapter 49 Drugs in sport Chapter 50 Drugs in obesity Chapter 51 Envenomation and antivenoms

Kathleen Knights, BSc (Hons), PhD, Grad Cert Tertiary Education, Professor in Clinical Pharmacology, Flinders University, SA, Australia and John O. Miners, BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc, Hon FRSNZ, FAA, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Flinders University School of Medicine

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