Pharmacology - Quick-Study Guide- Boost Your grades with Pharmacology Quick-Study Guide. Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases. You will use this guide from medical or nursing school to residency and internship.
Intended for everyone interested in Pharmacology, particularly medical students, nursing, undergraduate and graduate life science students, and dental students.
- Difficult concepts are explained in simple terms.
- Drug fundamentals
- Most frequently prescribed drug classifications
- Includes indications, reactions, and drug examples
- Pharmacokinetics and more...
- Navigate from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases
- Access the guide anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway.
- Multi-Platform device capability (PDA, smartphone, PC)
- Add Bookmarks
- Text annotation and mark-up
- Use your down-time to prepare for an exam.
- Always have the guide available for a quick reference.
- Automatic synchronization between the handheld and the desktop PC. You could read half of the book on the handheld, then finish reading on the desktop. Annotations and drawings are also synchronized.
Table of Contents
Pharmacology: Pharmacodynamics | Pharmacokinetics | Drug metabolism | ADME | Pharmacogenetics | Bioavailability | Drug discovery | Clinical trial | Drug delivery | Dosage form | Therapeutic index | Toxicity | Drug interaction | Placebo | Generic drug | Orphan drug | Controlled Substances Act | ATC codes | INN
Antibiotic: Penicillin | Tetracycline | Sulfonamide
Antiviral: Anti-herpesvirus Aciclovir | Anti-influenza Oseltamivir | Antiretroviral drugs
Antifungal: Fluconazole | Nystatin
Antiprotozoal: Pentamidine | Metronidazole
Anthelmintic | Antiseptic
Upper digestive tract: Antacids | Reflux suppressants | Antiflatulents | Proton pump inhibitors | H2-receptor antagonists | Cytoprotectants | Prostaglandin analogues | Emetic | Antiemetics
Lower digestive tract: Laxatives | Antispasmodics | Antidiarrhoeals | Bile acid sequestrants | Opioids
General: Beta-receptor blocker | Calcium channel blockers | Diuretics | Cardiac glycosides | Antiarrhythmics | Nitrate | Antianginals | Vasoconstrictor | Vasodilator
Affecting Blood pressure: ACE inhibitors | Angiotensin receptor blockers | Alpha blocker
Coagulation: Anticoagulant | Vitamin K antagonists | Heparin | Other Platelet aggregation inhibitors | Direct thrombin inhibitor | Fibrinolytic | Antifibrinolytics
Atherosclerosis/cholesterol agents: Hypolipidaemic agents | Statins | Fibrates | Bile acid sequestrants
Central Nervous System:
Stimulants: Amphetamines | Cocaine | MDMA (Ecstasy) | MPH (Ritalin)
Antidepressants: MAOI | TCA | SSRI | SSRE | SNRI | NRI | DRI | Opioids
Depressants: Barbiturates | Phenobarbital | Benzodiazepine | Diazepam | Clonazepam | Chloral hydrate | Glutethimide
Antipsychotic: Chlorpromazine | Clozapine | Lithium salt
Hallucinogens: Psychedelics: LSD | Psilocybin | Dimethyltryptamine | Mescaline | Cannabinoids
Dissociative: Ketamine | Dextromethorphan | Nitrous oxide
Deliriants (Anticholinergics): Benztropine | Atropine | Atracurium
Anaesthetics: Diethyl ether | Nitrous Oxide | Propofol | Ketamine | Opioids
Emetic | Antiemetics | Anticonvulsant | Anxiolytic
Pain: NSAIDs | Opioids | Paracetamol | Local anesthetic
Respiratory System: Bronchodilator | Anticholinergics | Beta2-adrenergic receptor agonists | Corticosteroids | Leukotriene receptor antagonists | Xanthines | Mast cell stabilizers | Antitussive | Dextromethorphan | Mucolytic | Decongestant | Sympathomimetic
Allergy: Antihistamine | NSAIDs
Glucocorticoid: Prednisone | Dexamethasone
NSAIDs: Aspirin | Ibuprofen
Alkylating agents: Cyclophosphamide | Carboplatin
Antimetabolites: Methotrexate | Capecitabine
Monoclonal antibodies: Alemtuzumab