The Hands-on Guide to Clinical Pharmacology, 2nd Edition
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
The hands-on guide to clinical pharmacology 2nd edition includes sections containing both treatment regimens of common conditions and detailed information on the relevant drugs that will help you obtain a better understanding of therapeutic management.
Written to provide a study aid or as a user friendly reference on the wards, the book gives you:
- An essential learning tool for clinical pharmacology
- A system based approach
- A-Z of 127 key drugs in a one-drug-per-page format
- Important interactions, adverse effects and
- A fully indexed text
- A quick reference, pocket-sized reassurance
This book will help take the stress out of clinical pharmacology and pharmacology exams!
Central Nervous System;.
Obstetrics & Gynaecology;.
Poisoning & Overdose;.
Alexander Milson, Senior House Officer (Surgery), Bristol
Royal Infirmary, Bristol
Sukhdev Chatu, Senior House Officer (Medicine), Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London
- A short practical reference guide for medical students and
junior doctors for quick revision and use on the wards
- Over 100 drugs are listed and organised by body systems
- Each section begins with concise information and advice on the
management of the common medical conditions of that system
- Each drug has information on: Indications, Mechanism, Side
Effects, Contra-Indications, Interactions, Formulation, and
- New sections include ‘Skin’, and new material is written on the Central Nervous System and the Infection sections
-Sharp, May 2005
"The range of drugs included is appropriate for the target
audience and the depth of material on offer is equally as well
thought-out. [...] This is a very useful resource for medical
-Hospital Medicine, June 2005
"It summarises the key points for each medication and will make
a useful revision aid or a user friendly reference on the wards. I
think this would make a cheap, concise, usable text of clinical
pharmacology for a clinical student."
-Black Bag, Bristol Medical Magazine Winter 2005.