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Pharmacology Application In Athletic Training

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780803611276

ISBN10:
0803611277
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2005
Publisher(s):
F. A. DAVIS COMPANY
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Summary

Here's the information students need to know about how drugs work and how theycan affect athletic performance. Through "real life" scenarios, studentsgain insights into the application of pharmacology in their clinicalpractice from assisting an athlete who is taking a new medication torecognizing drug-related side effects when a negative reaction isoccurring to handling instances of drug abuse. Beginning with an overview of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, the text presents prescriptionand over-the-counter medications in relation to the injuries or healthconditions athletic trainers commonly encounter. Frequently abusedsubstances such as amphetamines, herbals, and anabolicsteroids are also addressed. Legal and ethical issues of drug use arepresented, such as HIPAA-mandated privacy issues, drug testing, andwhich drugs are deemed as acceptable or banned according to NCAAand US Olympic standards

Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction to Pharmacology
Historical and Legal Issues
2(15)
History of Drugs and Pharmacy
3(1)
Legal Foundations
4(2)
United States Food and Drug Administration
6(1)
Over-the-Counter Products
7(1)
Naming of a Drug
7(1)
Generic and Brand-Name Drug Ingredients
8(1)
Medical Abbreviations
9(1)
Drug Information
9(2)
Pharmacy in Athletic Training
11(6)
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
17(15)
What Is a Drug?
18(1)
Pharmacodynamics
18(4)
Pharmacokinetics
22(5)
Factors Affecting Drug Response
27(1)
Barriers to Drug Distribution
27(1)
Drug Safety
27(5)
Part 2 Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs
Anti-inflammatory Medications
32(24)
The Inflammatory Response
33(4)
Anti-inflammatory Medications
37(2)
Nsaids
39(8)
Glucocorticosteroids
47(9)
Skeletal Muscle-Relaxant Drugs
56(7)
Muscle Spasm and Spasticity
57(1)
Malignant Hyperthermia
57(1)
Muscle-Relaxant Drugs
58(1)
Adverse Effects
59(4)
Drugs for Diabetes Mellitus
63(17)
Definition of Diabetes
64(1)
Glucose Metabolism
65(1)
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
66(1)
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
66(1)
Management of Diabetes
66(4)
Insulin Types
70(1)
Insulin Therapy
71(1)
Insulin Therapy Adverse Effects
72(1)
Oral Antidiabetic Agents
73(2)
The Athletic Trainer's Responsibility
75(5)
Drugs for Cardiovascular Arrhythmias and Hypertension
80(12)
Arrhythmias
81(4)
Hypertension
85(7)
Respiratory Drugs
92(14)
Respiration and Ventilation
93(1)
Asthma
94(5)
Allergies
99(1)
Coughs and Colds
100(6)
Drugs for Gastrointestinal Disorders
106(12)
Peptic Ulcer Disease
106(3)
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
109(1)
Diarrhea
110(1)
Constipation
111(3)
Intestinal Gas
114(1)
The Athletic Trainer's Responsibility
115(3)
Drugs for Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal Infections
118(15)
Antibiotics
118(7)
Antiviral Agents
125(2)
Antifungal Agents
127(6)
Analgesics and Local Anesthetics
133(15)
Analgesics
134(6)
Local Anesthetics
140(8)
Part 3 Commonly Abused Drugs in Sports
Muscle-building Agents Used in Sports
148(17)
Steroids
149(6)
Human Growth Hormone
155(1)
Dehydroepiandrosterone and Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate
156(1)
Creatine
157(2)
Miscellaneous Agents
159(6)
Stimulants
165(14)
Ephedra (Ma Huang)
166(3)
Caffeine
169(10)
Natural and Ergogenic Supplements
179(15)
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act
180(1)
Understanding ``Natural''
181(1)
Risk Factors
182(2)
Supplement Use and Popularity
184(1)
``Natural'' Ergogenic Aids
184(10)
Social Drugs
194(13)
High School Athlete Drug Use
195(2)
College Athlete Drug Use
197(1)
Alcohol
197(1)
Tobacco
198(1)
Marijuana
199(1)
Cocaine
200(1)
Club Drugs
201(6)
Recognition and Rules
207(10)
Recognition of Drug Abuse
207(2)
Role of the Athletic Trainer in Drug Abuse Situations
209(1)
National Collegiate Athletic Association Drug Testing
210(2)
International Olympic Committee
212(1)
High-School Drug Testing
213(4)
Drug Classifications 217(4)
Glossary 221(4)
Answers to Chapter Questions 225(4)
Index 229


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