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Table of Contents
|Basic principles of pharmacology||p. 3|
|Pharmacokinetics I : drug administration, absorption, and distribution||p. 13|
|Pharmacokinetics II : drug elimination||p. 29|
|Drug receptors||p. 41|
|General principles of central nervous system pharmacology||p. 55|
|Sedative-hypnotic and antianxiety agents||p. 65|
|Drugs used to treat affective disorders : depression and bipolar syndrome||p. 77|
|Antipsychotic drugs||p. 93|
|Antiepileptic drugs||p. 105|
|Pharmacological management of Parkinson disease||p. 119|
|General anesthetics||p. 135|
|Local anesthetics||p. 149|
|Skeletal muscle relaxants||p. 183|
|Opioid analgesics||p. 183|
|Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs||p. 199|
|Pharmacologic management of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis||p. 217|
|Patient-controlled analgesia||p. 237|
|Introduction to autonomic pharmacology||p. 253|
|Cholinergic drugs||p. 263|
|Adrenergic drugs||p. 273|
|Antihypertensive Drugs||p. 287|
|Treatment of angina pectoris||p. 307|
|Treatment of cardiac arrhythmias||p. 321|
|Treatment of congestive heart failure||p. 331|
|Treatment of coagulation disorders and hyperlipidemia||p. 347|
|Respiratory drugs||p. 369|
|Gastrointestinal drugs||p. 389|
|Introduction to endocrine pharmacology||p. 403|
|Male and female hormones||p. 435|
|Thyroid and parathyroid drugs : agents affecting bone mineralization||p. 459|
|Pancreatic hormones and the treatment of diabetes mellitus||p. 477|
|Treatment of infections I : antibacterial drugs||p. 499|
|Treatment of infections II : antiviral drugs||p. 523|
|Treatment off infections III : antifungal and antiparasitic drugs||p. 545|
|Cancer chemotherapy||p. 565|
|Immunomodulating agents||p. 591|
|Complementary and alternative medications||p. 605|
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