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Clinical Pharmacology and Practical Prescribing on the Move

By James Turnbull, Matthew Tate

CRC Press – 2015

Series: Medicine on the Move

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    978-1-44-417603-2
    May 17th 2015
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Description

The Medicine on the Move series provides fully flexible access to subjects across the curriculum in a unique combination of print and mobile formats ideal for the busy medical student and junior doctor. No matter what your learning style, whether you are studying a subject for the first time or revisiting it during exam preparation, Medicine on the Move will give you the support you need.

This innovative print and app package will help you to connect with the topics of clinical pharmacology and prescribing practice, to learn, understand, and enjoy them, and to cement your knowledge in preparation for exams and future clinical practice.

By using this resource in print or as an app, you really will experience the opportunity to learn medicine on the move.

Contents

PART ONE: The Basics. Pharmacokinetics . Pharmacodynamics. Therapeutic drug monitoring. PART TWO: Drugs. Drugs. PART THREE: Practical Prescribing. Writing prescriptions. Controlled drugs. Insulin/diabetic drugs. Anticoagulants. Fluids. Oxygen. Blood products. Antibiotics. Analgesia. PART FOUR: Self Assessment. Self assessment for The Basics. Self assessment for Drugs. Self assessment for Practical Prescribing.

Author Bio

James Turnbull, Foundation Doctor and qualified pharmacist, Sheffield, UK

Matthew Tate, F1, Sheffield, UK

Name: Clinical Pharmacology and Practical Prescribing on the Move (PKEB)CRC Press 
Description: By James Turnbull, Matthew Tate. The Medicine on the Move series provides fully flexible access to subjects across the curriculum in a unique combination of print and mobile formats ideal for the busy medical student and junior doctor. No matter what your learning style, whether you are...
Categories: Pharmacology, Medicine, Pharmaceutical Medicine