The purpose of this book is to provide a framework of knowledge to help readers recognize drug categories and generic and trade name drugs, understand therapeutic drug actions and the rationale for using drugs to treat disease, understand why side effects, allergic effects, and other effects of drugs occur, discern between sound-alike drugs, and explore clinical applications and current healthcare issues relating to pharmacology. By providing this foundation of knowledge, Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals will help health professionals deal with drugs currently on the market and also with the myriad of new drugs that are approved each year.
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As an educator, she has taught college and community college courses in medical terminology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical transcription. She has presented numerous staff inservices in acute care, managed care, and long-term care settings, and co-presented numerous all-day seminars for instructors throughout the country.She is the author of Medical Language (Prentice Hall, 2007) and co-author of Medical Language STAT! (Prentice Hall, 2009), as well as numerous medical and educational articles for national journals. She is also the co-author of two funded national healthcare grants, and co-author (with physicians) of a peer-reviewed physician journal article and chapters in two reference textbooks for physicians.
She has a Master of Arts degree in adult education, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, and national certification in the fields of both health information management and medical transcription.
Her writing is well-known for its clarity in presenting technically difficult material and for a special blend of in-depth coverage that includes humor and interesting anecdotes to stimulate learning and keep interest high.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2009. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Table of Contents UNIT 1 Pharmacology: Understanding the Past History, Present Uses, and Future of Drugs Chapter 1 Introduction to Pharmacology and the History of Drugs Chapter 2 Drug Design, Testing, Manufacturing, and Marketing Chapter 3 Drug Forms and Routes of Administration Chapter 4 Steps in the Drug Cycle Chapter 5 Using Drugs Therapeutically Chapter 6 The Prescription UNIT 2 Pharmacology: Understanding Drugs by Body System Categories Chapter 7 Urinary Drugs Chapter 8 Gastrointestinal Drugs Chapter 9 Musculoskeletal Drugs Chapter 10 Pulmonary Drugs Chapter 11 Cardiovascular Drugs Chapter 12 Hematologic Drugs Chapter 13 Gynecologic/Obstetric Drugs Chapter 14 Endocrine Drugs Chapter 15 Neurologic Drugs Chapter 16 Psychiatric Drugs Chapter 17 Dermatologic Drugs Chapter 18 Ophthalmic Drugs Chapter 19 Ears, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Drugs UNIT 3 Pharmacology: Understanding Other Drug Categories Chapter 20 Anti-Infective Drugs Chapter 21 Chemotherapy Drugs Chapter 22 Analgesic Drugs Chapter 23 Anesthetic Drugs Chapter 24 Emergency Drugs, Intravenous Fluids, and Blood Products APPENDICES Appendix A 25 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs Appendix B New Drugs Approved by the FDA Appendix C Common Drugs No Longer on the Market Appendix D Sound-Alike Drug Names Appendix E Glossary of Key Words with Definitions Appendix F Glossary of Abbreviations and Symbols with Definitions Appendix G Drug References. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0135145708
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