Chapter 2: Drugs Affecting Peripheral Nervous System (Walter H. Hsu).
Chapter 3: Autacoids and Their Pharmacological Modulators (Anumantha G. Kanthasamy and Walter H. Hsu).
Chapter 4: Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System (Walter H. Hsu and Dean H. Riedesel).
Chapter 5: Behavior Modifying Drugs (Arthi Kanthasamy).
Chapter 6: Anesthetics (Dean H. Riedesel).
Chapter 7: Nonsteroid Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) (Walter H. Hsu and Arthi Kanthasamy).
Chapter 8: Drugs Acting on the Cardiovascular System (Wendy A. Ware).
Chapter 9: Diuretics (Franklin A. Ahrens).
Chapter 10: Respiratory Pharmacology (Dean H. Riedesel).
Chapter 11: Drugs Acting on the Digestive System (Albert E. Jergens and Franklin A. Ahrens).
Chapter 12: Endocrine Pharmacology (Walter H. Hsu).
Chapter 13: Topical Dermatology Therapy (James O. Noxon).
Chapter 14: Ocular Pharmacology (Daniel M. Betts).
Chapter 15: Antimicrobial Drugs (Franklin A. Ahrens and Richard J. Martin).
Chapter 16: Antiparasitic Agents (Walter H. Hsu and Richard J. Martin).
Chapter 17: Antineoplastic Drugs (Dr. Leslie E. Fox).
Chapter 18: Fluid and Blood Therapy (Walter H. Hsu).
Chapter 19: Drug Interactions and Adverse Drug Reactions (Walter H. Hsu and Franklin A. Ahrens).
Chapter 20: Legal Aspects of Medication Usage in Veterinary Medicine (Stephen D. Martin)
“Any vet school or practicing vet needs Handbook of Veterinary Pharmacology: it's a guide to pharmacology concepts and commonly used veterinary drugs and provides an easy outline format to allow for quick access to drug information. Easy line drawings showing the mechanisms of action and study questions are included at the end of each chapter, with details on drug dosages, drug therapy for different domestic species, and clear diagrams. Perfect for students and practicing vets seeking a quick reference.” (Midwest Book Review, January 2009)
"This handbook for veterinary pharmacology has been designed as a quick reference in the field for practical drug information, including data on drug interactions and legal considerations. Hsu (Iowa State U. College of Veterinary Medicine) has arranged this reference to emphasize the most commonly used drugs to treat animals, and includes plenty of diagrams and illustrations to explain the chemical mechanisms behind each medication. Study questions have been provided at the end of each chapter, which will enable this book to be used in the classroom as well." (SciTech Book News, December 2008)
Clear, concise handbook of pharmacology concepts and commonly used veterinary drugs
User-friendly outline format allows quick access to practical information
Provides up-to-date information on basic and clinical veterinary pharmacology
Illustrations depicting the mechanism of action of drugs aid in understanding
Study questions and explanations at the end of each chapter are a useful tool for student learning